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    Re: Anyone hear of a new Ilford paper possibility?

    So do you think beeswax and Lavender oil would be ok to apply to DW paper?

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    Re: Anyone hear of a new Ilford paper possibility?

    Perfect white artglas to frame your photo in is at least as important and for me more important than a new inktjet paper

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    Re: Anyone hear of a new Ilford paper possibility?

    Quote Originally Posted by otto.f View Post
    Perfect white artglas to frame your photo in is at least as important and for me more important than a new inktjet paper
    A few years back I heard of a glass that could be sprayed on for protection.... Apparently some of the uses were for trains.... never heard a word again , but at the time I thought what a brilliant idea... much like pro texture
    of the CPrint days but very non aggressive to the paper print below.

    anyone heard of this or am I crazy??

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    Re: Anyone hear of a new Ilford paper possibility?

    Quote Originally Posted by otto.f View Post
    Perfect white artglas to frame your photo in is at least as important and for me more important than a new inktjet paper
    There are other choices, one is True Vue type anti-reflective glass, of the cheap Non-Glare acrylic / plexiglass

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