CONTEMPORARY HYDRO PRINT URNS
Introducing our exquisite collection of hydroprint (hydro dipping) cremation urns, where artistry meets elegance in the most heartfelt manner. Crafted with utmost precision and reverence, each urn in this exclusive range is a unique masterpiece that celebrates the life and memory of your loved one (or pet) in a truly exceptional way.
TAKING CARE OF YOUR HYDROPRINT URN
Here are some guidelines to help you properly care for your hydroprint urn:
Cleaning HydroPrint Urns:
Use a soft, lint-free cloth to wipe the surface of the urn. Avoid using abrasive cleaners, harsh chemicals, or solvents that could potentially damage the print finish. Simply dampen the cloth with water if needed.
Avoid Extreme Temperatures:
Hydro Print is generally resistant to temperature variations. However, it is still advisable to keep the urn in a stable environment, avoiding prolonged exposure to extreme heat or cold.
If you choose to display the urn, keep it away from direct sunlight, as prolonged exposure to UV rays may fade or discolor the print over time.
Pulvis Art Urns team is here to help you finding the right memorial urn for your loved one. We are entirely committed to making the process of shopping for wood urns straightforward and easy for you.
Frequently asked questions - HydroGraphics Urns
1. How do I open the cremation urn?
All of our HydroGraphics cremation urns open from the bottom.
2. Should I seal my HydroPrint cremation urn?
Our large size hydroprint urns require sealing, while for pet urns and keepsakes this is optional, but recommended.
3. How to care for a HydroGraphics Urn
Use a soft, lint-free cloth to wipe the surface of the urn. Avoid using abrasive cleaners, harsh chemicals, or solvents that could potentially damage the print. Avoid extreme temperatures.
4. What size urn do I need for a person?
The amount of cremation ashes, that each urn holds is measured in cubic inches. The standard used to figure before-and-after size is approximately 1 pound of healthy weight to 1 cubic inch of ashes ; that is, a 200lb person will need roughly 200 cubic inches
5. What is a full size urn?
Since a large portion of the ashes originate from the bones, the amount of ashes at the end is almost the same regardless of the weight of the body. The body fat is all consumed during the cremation process, so a full-size urn means it can fit more ashes inside.
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