All New: LexJet Sunset Reserve Gloss Canvas | LexJet Blog

All New: LexJet Sunset Reserve Gloss Canvas

LexJet is pleased to announce the release of LexJet Sunset Reserve Gloss Canvas, the new-and-improved version of the former Sunset Select Gloss Canvas.

IMG_5122Our new premium gloss canvas in the Sunset line has a lower price point and does not require coating, making it a cost-effective, one-step canvas solution, whether you’re running a large-production shop or just need a beautiful, glossy high-end print.

With the highest color gamut of any canvas we’ve every manufactured, you can count on realistic, vibrant photo reproduction.

Because it dries instantly and is specifically designed for stretching and mounting, the new LexJet Sunset Reserve Gloss Canvas is easy to handle so you can deliver finished prints to your customer in no time.

Product Highlights:

  • Instant dry for easy finishing and handling
  • No coating necessary
  • Ultra-high color gamut
  • Specifically designed for stretching and mounting

LexJet Sunset Reserve Gloss Canvas is available in 17-, 24-, 36-, 44- and 60-inch rolls and is compatible with aqueous printers. Call your LexJet representative today at 800-453-9538 to learn more.

Shellie has more than 20 years of experience in the print publication industry as a content strategist, editor and writer. She has partnered with printing, photography and graphics professionals on a wide variety of publications and printing projects. At LexJet, she writes about customer experiences, industry trends, new products and the latest inkjet printing innovations.


  1. I typically do not gallery wrap using canvas, but have it mounted on gator board and then supported from the rear of the print.

    I have recently used Epson Exhibition Canvas Satin and it does not stick well to the gator board.

    Does this canvas stick better?

    • The combination of canvas and adhesive is the big question. If you are using boards that come with the adhesive already on them, then you will be limited with what can stick to that specific type of adhesive on that particular board. We do not manufacture any hard substrates for mounting, but we do carry an adhesive that we consider to work well when applied to board. You would need a laminator to apply it to the blank boards and then you would be able to mount your product to it. Here is the link to the adhesive: Rubber Mount Adhesive

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