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 Post subject: Handling Prints
PostPosted: Sat Sep 11, 2010 11:43 am 
Hey guys,

I have a bunch of prints to make. About 100, 8x10 prints on Epson paper (using ultrachrome K3 inks).

I'll be matting them myself (using a kit of course), but I don't want to smudge the photo surface after printing (I won't deliberately touch the prints, but some stray finger touches may occur).

Can I use latex surgical gloves (or maybe food handling gloves) to handle the prints or will this leave some corrosive/smudging residue as well?

I know a cloth glove is probably best, but I have no idea where to find those locally.

I do own a pair of leather gloves, could that work?

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