If you are just doing a few prints, learn to spray, roll, etc., since the EZ Glide takes time to set-up, learn to use properly and then clean up.
I used it for a 600+ large-format canvas project and would coat 30-50 images at a time. I used the Fredrix 777 printed on the Epson 9900 and used ClearShield, Type C aqueous coating with 20% added distilled water to thin it a bit for better coating. Did it in the garage above my studio in both winter and summer.
You need a table to put it on and probably a second table or two to put the coated canvas to prep it for hanging.
Watching the film from Daige helps in how this thing works. For me, it was much better and efficient than trying to spray that many large canvases, up to 40x60. A few did need a second coat and once cry, it was just a matter of running them though the EZ Glide a second time.
I forgot to add, to keep the hanging images from curling, I used wooden dowels at the top and bottom and cloths pins. Cheap and easy works.
A photo of the set-up is attached (I hope!)