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Hi Judith, I use Lacquer-Mat on all paper surfaces, from glossy Ilford to all of the fine art papers. On the latter the protection is there but you cannot tell they have been lacquered. For those of us using water-based inks, that's a real insurance policy against ruined prints from exposure to moisture, not to mention the environment in general. I use only the spray can. Having a spray booth in my studio helps. For those that don't, spray in an area that is short on dust and long on ventilation. A good chemical mask will help. Michael > ** Original Message follows... > > Michael: > > Thanks for the reference and URL. Do you use Lacquer-Mat on only type of paper surface, such as Glossy, or on all surfaces. And I noticed they also have a roller coating. Do you use the spray can? > > Judith Lipmanson > > email@example.com wrote: > > On lacquers, I recommend checking into the series by Lacquer-Mat. Their website is scarce (www.lacquer-mat.com) but you can call them at (800) 942-2223 for the name of your nearest supplier. I recommend the Pearl (green can). Some professional photo labs use and sell their products. Lacquer-Mat offers mail-order as well. > > > > I've used these lacquers for over fifteen years with complete satisfaction. They have the only lacquer texture that works IMHO and beautiful finishes that will work on inkjet prints. > > > > Michael M e t r o P h o t o g r a p h i c Specializing in Artistic Portraiture and Digital Photo Restoration _______________________________________________ Why pay for something you could get for free? NetZero provides FREE Internet Access and Email http://www.netzero.net/download/index.html - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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