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    water glass is a clear liquid they use to coat eggs ..
    they also use it in everything from masonry to auto repair

    it will dry and form a thin layer, that can be manipulated &c...
    unlike collodion, waterglass is not sensitive/flammable

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    Aha! Found it. Thanks jnanian, will try that too.
    My portfolio (film mostly):
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/tsts/

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    put it on a piece of scrap useless film before you put it
    on your negative .. make sure it washes off ...
    last i used it i had no trouble removing it, but younever know ...

    have fun !
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