Q&A: I was in your office the day my brochure was on press. Why do I have to wait two more days for the job to be complete?
One of the important rules of bindery is not to handle wet press sheets. After your brochure was printed, we put it on a drying rack to allow the ink to dry thoroughly. The next day we were able to cut down the press sheets, fold, and trim without the risk of smearing or cracking. Then your brochures were packaged and considered ready for delivery. Our policy is to have jobs completely finished, packaged, and ready for delivery to you on the agreed-upon due date.