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Liquid Gloss (multiples) is a process whereby a clear, liquid resin (epoxy) is poured on top of an artwork or photo. The resin hardens out in a couple of days to form a glass-like layer. Liquid Gloss is popular with photographers and artists because of the smooth, round edges that are a result of the Liquid Gloss process. It can be applied both to prints on Dibond as well as stretched canvases. After that a high gloss or matte coating is poured on top of the artwork in several layers. Because Liquid Gloss has a naturally enlarging effect it accentuates the colors and lines in an artwork more strongly and beautifully. A stretched canvas can also be coated with epoxy which creates a very special effect and end result.