Universal Inkjet refill

  Qmar 22:49 24 Sep 2003
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tip.. To create best seal .. use a piece of waterproof strapping (^elastoplast^).

(Obviously I don^t use my Epson for photos.)

p.s. anyone has any new ways of making injet printed documents for archiving moisture resistant.. at the moment I use hairspray.

  Jack D 00:22 25 Sep 2003

You could use a laminator. Bit expensive though.

  Qmar 00:44 25 Sep 2003

resistant to clammy handed people.. and their grubby fingerprints.. is what was alluded to... i.e. to end up like laser thermal print.

  Jack D 00:53 25 Sep 2003

Laminates are resistant to practcally anything except acid! LOL.

  Qmar 21:50 25 Sep 2003

:)quite so... I want resistance to sweat..not acid (inkjet ink is water souble - so it can smudge)..but to achieve this easily ? I'll tick this.

  Jack D 22:24 25 Sep 2003

Cheaper solution than laminating is to use clear adhesive plastic film or stick 'em in clear A4 file folders.

  Qmar 00:49 27 Sep 2003

(anti-frizz (silicone)hairspray does it v cheaply & quickly)..maybe in my rather woolly query I was wishing someone would formulate inkjet ink that "sets".?

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