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PhotoRoy6@aol.com wrote: >To test the water sensitivity of the paper after drying it for 24 hours I >washed it in cold water. Ink poured off. I then used some hot water and all >the remaining ink came off. So if you don't like your output wash it away. Of >course one might also be washing away a valuable layer of the paper too. When >it dries I will make another print. At the NY MacWorld Expo, I chatted with one of the Epson people about this new paper. She told me that it has a gelatin layer which is supposed to capture the ink, thereby providing some protection against the atmospheric reactions implicated in the "orange fade" phenomenon. Washing a print with water might damage or remove this gelatin coating. But I guess we will have to wait for reports from users. -- Julian Vrieslander <mailto:email@example.com> - 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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