Continuing Education

Continuing Education - April 2010


Lamination vs. Aqueous Coating

How do I know what finish to put on my folders? Do I need to Laminate or should I Aqueous coat? What's the difference? Let Pro-Bind simplify in this month's Continuing Education.

Best regards and sell more Pro-Bind!

Jeff Kohn




Laminate is a super high gloss film that is put over paper to protect from water, aging and scratching. This optional type of finish is very smooth and tough, it gives your product a high-gloss quality finish. Laminate is also available in a matte finish and provides the same benefits as a high gloss laminate.

Aqueous Coating

Aqueous coat is a protective water-based coating that is applied to paper products while on press. It protects your printing, as well as protects your product from scratching, fingerprinting and smudging. Pro-Bind Aqueous coats all offset print jobs on coated stock at no charge! This type of finish comes in gloss or matte.


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