Epson Watercolor Paper Question

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Dan
Nov 14, 2004
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My daughter has an oversized school project that needs to be printed both sides. I was planning on printing it on my Epson Stylus Photo 2000p, the earlier version of the 2200. Her project will fit on Epson’s Watercolor Paper, radiant white, which is 13 x 19. Epson’s instructions say to only print one side on the Watercolor paper. The "brighter" side seems a bit smoother than the back, but both seem fine for printing. Has anyone tried this? I once put the wrong photo paper into the 2000p and had a devil of a time cleaning out the smears of ink later. I need to know ASAP!
Thanks in advance for any advice.
Doug

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Stephan
Nov 14, 2004
Dan wrote:
My daughter has an oversized school project that needs to be printed both sides. I was planning on printing it on my Epson Stylus Photo 2000p, the earlier version of the 2200. Her project will fit on Epson’s Watercolor Paper, radiant white, which is 13 x 19. Epson’s instructions say to only print one side on the Watercolor paper. The "brighter" side seems a bit smoother than the back, but both seem fine for printing. Has anyone tried this? I once put the wrong photo paper into the 2000p and had a devil of a time cleaning out the smears of ink later. I need to know ASAP!
Thanks in advance for any advice.

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Irene Elliott
Nov 14, 2004
Print one side, spray with UV Fixative (Charcoal artists use for keeping the charcole from smearing), then print other side.
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My daughter has an oversized school project that needs to be printed both sides. I was planning on printing it on my Epson Stylus Photo 2000p, the earlier version of the 2200. Her project will fit on Epson’s Watercolor Paper, radiant white, which is 13 x 19. Epson’s instructions say to only print one side on the Watercolor paper. The "brighter" side seems a bit smoother than the back, but both seem fine for printing. Has anyone tried this? I once put the wrong photo paper into the 2000p and had a devil of a time cleaning out the smears of ink later. I need to know ASAP!
Thanks in advance for any advice.
Doug
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Robert Feinman
Nov 15, 2004
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My daughter has an oversized school project that needs to be printed both sides. I was planning on printing it on my Epson Stylus Photo 2000p, the earlier version of the 2200. Her project will fit on Epson’s Watercolor Paper, radiant white, which is 13 x 19. Epson’s instructions say to only print one side on the Watercolor paper. The "brighter" side seems a bit smoother than the back, but both seem fine for printing. Has anyone tried this? I once put the wrong photo paper into the 2000p and had a devil of a time cleaning out the smears of ink later. I need to know ASAP!
Thanks in advance for any advice.
Doug
Don’t print on the back, you won’t like the results. There are two-side papers you can use instead, but it doesn’t seem worth buying a whole package for one print. I would go with everyone else’s suggestion and just mount the two sheets together.


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