Can't speak for waxing, but Sandy's comment wasn't just about waxing -> he said "tried all the methods"... Try Hydrocote Polyshield Clear Gloss first (its effect is well documented among b&w inkjet printing community) and then draw the final line. With that product, you should get someting like log 0.3-0.4 increase in dmax.

Quote Originally Posted by Andrew O'Neill View Post
...I have to agree with Sandy's opinion that waxing does not bring the print back to when it was "wet". Just place a waxed print beside a just processed print of the same image and you will see...