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    Quote Originally Posted by RPC View Post
    At the lab I work at when we were running film we never used PEC-12 to clean film for the reasons Athiril said. We did use it to clean prints without problems. For film we used cleaners designed specifically for film or anti-static cleaning cloths (great for removing dust). These usually wouldn't remove fingerprints, however. To do that the film was run back through some of the processing chemicals! I don't know exactly which ones because I didn't do it but it worked.
    Oh yeah, forgot to mention, it cleans tar and other stuff off RA-4 prints very well, that otherwise don't want to come off.

    But I do not recommend it for getting tar and other stuff off developing equipment and racks. It'll dry and deposit onto something else.

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    okay thanks for the replies everyone. looks like I might try something like the mirasol to start with.

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