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[filmscanners] Re: Protective coatings for prints?



Try clear plastic bags from Impact Images. I've been using them for about
15 years to display and sell my prints.
http://www.clearbags.com/

They come in all standard sizes and have a fold over adhesive strip to seal.

Larry


>This may have been addressed previously, if it has I apologize.
>Is there a protective coating that can be applied to prints made
>on glossy media from ink jet printers?  The prints from my Epson
>1200 are very "sticky" and, occasionally, I make prints on glossy
>paper that require a good bit of handling.  Unless the inks are
>universally soluble, it would seem to me that there should be some
>kind of coating, preferably an aerosol, that could be applied.


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http://BermanGraphics.com

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