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The cheap printers does his work very well, but the printed photos are very sensitive: any droplet of water ruins them.The "photo" paper to print photos is very ...
You can protect them very fastly, easily and cheaply.You need:-An iron whith temperature control-a stearin or paraffin candle-a casserole or pot
--Set the iron temperature in LOW-MIDI.--Connect it to the electric line.--Put the iron over the casserole, with the hot plate up.--Put the paper over the hot plate. The ...
Obviously, the result of the above process is uneven. We need to remove excess wax.You can use kitchen towels, scrap paper, or so. I used printed paper. The ...
Analyzing the back of the photos, you can see is lacking some paraffin. It should be uniform, do the work again for this points.Now, the photos are almost ...
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