I have been spending much more time Photoshop spotting the scans of my fb prints than I do spotting the actual print, because there appears to be a huge amount of lint and dust specks adhering to my prints. I mostly use Ilford MGFB glossy papers. I process for archival permanence. They are dried face down on screening. I handle the prints only with anti-static gloves. Wiping the prints with the gloves doesn't seem to work and I'm hesitant to be aggressive in using this method for fear of abraiding the print emulsion. Does anybody know of a safe way to clean lint and dust off the prints and perhaps also reduce static? I have considered trying my Antistaticum cloth but am concerned that the chemical treatment in the cloth will damage the print or render it no longer archival. Thanks.