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Harry Carpenter
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« on: December 06, 2007, 02:30:11 PM »
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I am having an issue with inserting z3100 8x6 prints in card mounts.
I have to wrap the print in card and then slide it in then remove the wrap by sliding it out. Unless I do this every print is getting marked or scratched when inserting it. Is there a dry time for GE or am I expecting too much. My feeling is that the finished prints are not suitable for handling as they mark too easily.
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« Reply #1 on: December 06, 2007, 05:38:56 PM »
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I am having an issue with inserting z3100 8x6 prints in card mounts.
I have to wrap the print in card and then slide it in then remove the wrap by sliding it out. Unless I do this every print is getting marked or scratched when inserting it. Is there a dry time for GE or am I expecting too much. My feeling is that the finished prints are not suitable for handling as they mark too easily.
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My experiences have been that GE is somewhat delicate.  Easily scratched with a finger nail.
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