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Once you have your back cut and your picture adhered to your matte, put them on top of
each other. You get your glass clean and make sure that the inside is extremely dry. You
are going to always make sure that it is dry. If you don't are going to cause moisture inside
which is going to give you problems down the line with mold. If mold gets into your picture,
it's hard to get it out. Clean the top of the glass and this is to ensure that you don't
have a bunch of goobers right next to the lip of the glass which will cause a different
problem and harder to clean. Then you pop it all into your frame like so put your back
in there, take your staple gun. If you have a, if you are doing this at home and if you
have like a black and decker staple gun, it can be used it is a little difficult to do.
Just kind of angle it a little bit to where you get a good angle on it so that it will
go in a little ways and stay out of ways. You want to back your staple gun up to where
you got some air gap between the frame and in the end of the staple. This is real important
to ensure that it is going to stay in where you want it to stay. Once you done that, you
know that it is not going anywhere it's not going to fall out.