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Poster Lamination - The Ultimate Finish!

Choose from a Satin Matt or Gloss finish

Laminating protects and enhances any poster as the colours look more vibrant and the plastic film coating extends the life of any image. In addition the posters can be rolled numerous times without any crinkles or tears.

In short, laminating enhances the look and ensures the longevity of your posters.

You can have a high gloss finish or a satin matt finish (which will minimise reflections).

  • Enhances colours
  • Protects Image
  • Wipe clean surface
  • Durable

An example of iposters lamination finishes

iPosters Can Laminate Your Posters

Do you own any posters or prints that you would like to be laminated?

Send your posters or prints to the following address:

iPosters, Glovers Building, Combs Tannery, Tannery Road, Stowmarket, Suffolk, IP14 2EN, United Kingdom.

Please include a note with your full name & address, contact telephone number and your choice of either Gloss or Stain Matt lamination.

Please send all posters rolled in a sturdy tube by a recorded or tracked delivery service.

We will contact you for payment by card or paypal after we have laminated your poster(s).

Maximum Poster Width: 625mm (24 Inches)

Our charge is just £7.95 per poster. UK Postage is £2.95 per order (Any amount of posters).


The difference between lamination & encapsulation

Lamination Vs Encapsulation

Posters are laminated by coating a film on the front of the poster. Encapsulation is a similar process in which the back of the poster is also laminated. If you would like your poster to be encapsulated then please request this bearing in mind that the cost will be double that of lamination.

Oxford English Definition of Lamination

Please note that there is a very small risk that your poster may be damaged during the lamination process. We can accept no responsibility for any damage caused to your posters during the lamination process but you will not be charged if this is the case.