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New SharedInk Enhance Coatings Protect Photo Book Pages While Improving Images - PPA Today

New SharedInk Enhance Coatings Protect Photo Book Pages While Improving Images

SharedInk, Inc. has announced the release of Enhanceâ„¢ paper coatings. The coatings, available in rich satin and gloss finishes, add a layer of defense against dirty fingers, small spills, and the general wear that comes with handling photo books. The coatings are formulated not only to protect each page, but to complement a variety of SharedInk's premium papers.

According to Tod Cordill, General Manager of SharedInk: "We tested a variety of coatings and selected gloss and satin coatings that work well with the variety of papers we use. Initial feedback from customers has been very positive. The pages look great and will be protected for decades."

The Gloss UV coating brings out the color of images. Of the Enhance coatings, Mark Lutz of Mark Lutz Photography said, "The new gloss and satin coatings from SharedInk are full of next-level quality goodness. The gloss, especially on the photo lustre or their high quality pearl paper, adds just the right touch of pop!"

The Enhance Satin coatings is an environmentally friendly aqueous coating that reduces glare and provides an artistic appearance. According to Kevin Focht of The Creative Orange: "When applied to SharedInk's matte papers, the aqueous satin finish adds a silky smooth appearance that I'm simply in love with. The Enhance Satin is perfect for my client base."

Enhance coatings are available now as an option when ordering SharedInk's professional quality books. As with all SharedInk books, each page is individually checked to ensure perfection, then hand-crafted into premium quality books. SharedInk uses a 6-color printing process with 210 line per inch resolution standard on all books. 


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