I'm making some booklets which have coloured covers. The inner pages are black and white and so can be laser printed, but I'm having to inkjet the covers since they're coloured.
The trouble is that inkjet isn't waterproof and so with handling, the cover is prone to smudging. Can anyone suggest a way round this? I tried laminating but this then created problems when folding the booklet (I'd need to single side laminate for this to work, which wasn't possible with my machine). Otherwise I'm wondering about fixing sprays, but I'm not sure how effective these are.
click here worth a try, I'm currently testing the satin one to see what it does to improve light fastness, so I'm not too sure on its physical protective qualities, though it does claim "Once applied it makes inks resistant to water and smudging".