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Twinge said:
Personally, I only print on white and light ash; the "wax window" tends to show through on darker colors. However, you should still have decent luck with light yellow, natural, or very light blues. Your best bet is to try a sample (and wash it) and see if it fits your quality standards. ;)
White and Light Gray/Ash is basically what I was thinking. Does the dark/opaque paper you use have a "wax window" outline on it? Can a black, navy or red be done with a professional finish?
 

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Lou...thanks for the pic of your work. I have been in the printing industry for several years and noticed the outline around the images right away but my wife did not notice until I emphasized to look close. Did you sell this work or was it a test? If you sold it did your customer notice the outline or does it show just show more in the pic due to angle/light reflection?
 
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