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Laurie, Yes you can. I hot laminate, and then dry mount epson paper to a white paper covered chipboard backing. After 18 months, the first of my prints (sitting in the living room) have not faded a bit, or to my eye at least. My method is laminate 2mil, pierced satin, for six minutes @ 195 degrees, and dry mount for 40 seconds @ 195 degrees. Works well. Philip Laurie Solomon wrote: > > > Dumb question generated by this good question: can one hot mount a photo > inkjet print on Epson paper using Epson inks without damaging the print or > dulling down the colors and sharpness? I > - Please turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for instructions.
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