How do I seal pictures on a tabletop?
I've seen pictures or magazine/calendar clippings arranged on top of tables and sealed in with a glossy laminate. What would be the best way to do this?
What kind of surface is best for it and how do I prep it?
What kind of laminate is best and how many coats should I use?
Is there a way to do it to easily change out the pictures/art but still be able to clean the table top normally while using it?
What kind of paper is best to use for the pictures/art (like if I were printing them on a color printer)?
What should I avoid so I don't ruin anything?
I'm not looking for a glass-top idea (I can figure that one out). I also don't care about saving the pictures or stuff I would seal inside. And also, I am interested in lower rather than higher budget ideas.
Thanks for any tips!
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