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.
You could use a laminator. Bit expensive though.
resistant to clammy handed people.. and their grubby fingerprints.. is what was alluded to... i.e. to end up like laser thermal print.
Laminates are resistant to practcally anything except acid! LOL.
:)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.
Cheaper solution than laminating is to use clear adhesive plastic film or stick 'em in clear A4 file folders.
(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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