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NEW Scratch-and-Sniff MetalPrints!

Introducing our NEW Scratch-n-Sniff MetalPrints, breaking even more barriers in print technology! Now you can choose from a variety of carefully curated scents in order to match your visual aesthetic. Your viewers will be pleasantly (or shockingly) surprised with a strong aroma in response to these interactive displays. Whether you wake up and smell the coffee, or stop to smell the roses, our Scratch-n-Sniff MetalPrints are sure to grab attention.


They're odoriffic...

They're fragrantastic...

They're a scentsory overload!

Scratch-n-Sniff technology dates back to 1965, invented by 3M, originally developed for carbonless copy paper called microencapsulation. Through the decades, it's become most popularly recognized for use in stickers, but using a super special coating on aluminum by Chromaluxe, we were able to simulate the same effect or MetalPrints. The micro-capsules actually surround the aroma, preserving it for long periods of time (you thought the longevity of MetalPrints was already impressive!).

"My favorite scratch-n-sniff is donuts because... well... they are donuts, of course!!!"
- Brian W, Purchasing Department, Bay Photo Lab

...And if you really need to be humbled, we've included "Wet Dog" as one of our 11 fragrances (just like the jelly bean you never wanted!).



You probably guessed, but we're totally kidding. All jokes aside, our MetalPrints give your images so much vibrance and impact that, sometimes, you can just SMELL the scene! Oh, and if you were fooled, don't worry... MetalPrints are actually scratch-resistant, so your images will will be unfazed. For more actual, truthful information on our MetalPrints, visit our website.

Thanks for humoring us!

Tell us in the comments...

What new products would you like to see from us in the future? We're always innovating, but no promises (except that We're Here For You!).

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