How to digitize and restore damaged pictures
Climate change and the resulting property damage is real. While insurance may cover most items destroyed, pictures are in trouble. Water damage, smoke, and other conditions will ruin a lifetime of family nostalgia.
Sadly, this keeps happening.
It is painful fielding photo calls asking how to repair water damaged photos and all the other issues after disasters like from hurricanes and wildfires strike.
Digitizing pictures is now as low as one-cent each. Professional restoration services are also available for $45.50 at ScanMyPhotos.com. Details.
This year, our top advocacy project is to warn all of the vulnerabilities confronting every family in the U.S. As horrific climate-change weather catastrophes occur, this must stop! https://t.co/qRbqtyDDNB
— ScanMyPhotos.com® (@ScanMyPhotos) January 16, 2020
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