Q: How many times do we recommend the Elite Yard Master Portable Projector screen material to be folded so it can be properly stored after each use? Is there a preferred number of folds to reduce the presence of wrinkles?
A: In order to have less memory lines or “wrinkles” from folding, here are a few tips. Don’t fold tightly or try to fold over the material as compact as possible. Both will leave pronounced memory lines. It is recommended to take note of how lightly folded the screen material was when it came from the factory and repeat that whenever you are packing the screen away. Another method when storing the screen is to gently and loosely roll the material and keep it in a safe, dry space at an optimal room temperature.
A: The material is well-made and designed to last so either storage method will work just fine. That said, make sure that the material is dry before packing it away so that the material won’t be imprinted and waterborne sediment won’t build up and soil the screen. Storing the material at an optimal room temperature will ensure that the screen will be suitably pliable enough to stretch onto the framework without much effort. Storing the screen in a cool place won’t hurt the material but it does make the material a little tougher to stretch over the frame when assembling.
Q: Do we recommend they store the Elite Yard Master portable Projection screen in a plastic or a metal bin when it is not being used?
A: Either way will work just fine. However, it is best to first pack the screen into its canvas carrying pouch which is included. This accessory was designed to protect the screen when you store it.
A: Yes, we recommend cleaning the screen with a lukewarm solution of mild soap and water.