After rinsing I squeegee the prints on a sheet of glass with a print wiper and place them in a tray at different angles [so they do not stick together when I take them out one at a time]. I then take the prints to another room and load them in to the print dryer.
Add or use a print roller ...
Warning!! Handling a Hasselblad can be harmful to your financial well being!
Nothing beats a great piece of glass!
I leave the digital work for the urologists and proctologists.
A print roller. Now that's an alternative, a break
from the constant druming of the squeegees.
For myself the sponge can't be beat. A sponge will
soak up water, not spread it about. Any flat water
proof surface will suffice. Also, a sponge will
draw water from a surface leaving it drier
Photo Grade sponges are available. Household
sponges work well. For 98 cents what
have you to loose? Dan
After rinsing, I check for residual hypo, then two mins in hypo clear, and rerinse if necessary. Then its off to a large plate glass for the squeegee. I have used a roller in the past, but now I only use one if I am ferrotyping, that's a must for that. I usually dry on screens, even though I have a print dryer.I own two dryers, one I've had for years, and one brand new in the box that I picked up a couple of years ago, and still havent used.