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Protect your prints against air pollution, moisture, abrasion and handling. Protective coatings enhance the quality and appearance of photographic prints. They also offer exceptional protection for giclée prints. Lacquer sprays go on clear and smooth and are water-white, they will not yellow. Their superior adhesive quality keeps them from peeling, even after trimming. The coatings contain UV inhibitors for added protection from fading and are formulated to remain flexible to prevent them from cracking.
The different sheens change the surface appearance of photo prints. The Lustre spray protects our professional prints without greatly changing their surface sheen. The Glossy coating provides a transparent, protective high gloss finish. The Matte spray provides a durable flat finish, it tones down high contrast prints and reduces surface reflections of the photograph.
These coatings are the economical way to protect and preserve your priceless photographs.
We finish our canvas prints with ClearShield Liquid Laminate. ClearShield offers the same protection as film laminates:
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Our fine art printing process uses pigment based inks. Pigment printing processes have been utilized since the middle of the 19th century. The image stability of pigment printing is superior to that of any other method of printing. Pigment inks excel in permanence. A dye is molecularly soluble in its vehicle, but pigment is not. Pigment particles tend to be large enough to embed into the receiving substrate making them water-resistant. The particle nature of pigment inks ensures their archival superiority. A particle of pigment is less susceptible to destructive environmental elements than a dye molecule.
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