I'm using an Epson R200 to print on white surfaced DVD-R's. When I purchased the printer the selling point was that the ink is water proof (it's not saliva proof which I found out at the store Lol). I've made about a dozen discs and realized just yesterday that the ink smudges very easily and if I just pinch the disc lightly ink comes off on my hand and leaves behind a finger print pattern. These discs have had more than a week to 'dry' so I'm wondering if this is supposed to be this way. I have friends who have made cd art using the printable stickers and those seem to be very durable (bar water) when it comes to finger prints and smudging. Maybe it's the ink itself? I can live with this because always grab my discs by the edges but family and friends I'm making these for are going to just screw up the artwork. I'm going to try purchasing some art spray used to keep pencil sketches from smudging and see if a light spritz of that will help in some way. Anyone else encountering this? Do I need to give the discs more than week to 'dry' correctly?