drying marks

Discussion in 'B&W: Film, Paper, Chemistry' started by eagleowl, Feb 2, 2005.

  1. eagleowl

    eagleowl Member

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    I've recently developed a roll of 120 format,but didn't squeegee it enough(DOH!!!!),so I now have drying marks over a negative(emulsion side)which I'd like to print.
    I know there is a spray to remove it(and where to get it!),but I was wondering if there was another way to remove the marks?
     
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    fix again for a few minutes, rewash, hang, dry.

    Do you put a little alchohol is the soapy water? I've been doing that and not squeeging.
     
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    Dear eaqleowl,

    Most cleaners do not remove water based stains. Rewash and finish with a solution of Photo-Flo. Hang to dry. No squeegeeing(sp???<g>) needed.

    Neal Wydra