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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.

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


>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.

Larry Berman



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