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Laminating sprocket photos

Product Name: Hp sprocket 100
I bought the sprocket printer to put magnets on the back of my photos and then stick them to my fridge. After them being on my fridge for a couple of hours, the corners starting folding inwards. I then tried to laminate the photos and laminating then turned them blue. Is there a way to laminate that won’t wreck my photos?
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Re: Laminating sprocket photos

Since the photo paper works by the use of heat, and your photos are turning blue when laminated (which uses heat), I suggest that there isn't a way to do it.  You'd need some sort of non-heating sealing system.  Perhaps that's out there; but I' m not aware of it.  Best of luck. How about putting the HP photo on a sheet of foam core, and then using a fridge magnet glued to the back of the foam core board?  that might do it.

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