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    The local photo store said to use "denatured" alcohol but it didn't work either.

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    Try Ronsonol or Zippo liquid lighter fluid, commonly sold in plastic bottles, also known as naptha. Another option is coleman stove fuel another grade of naptha. Just pour some of the coleman fuel in a film can so your not working with a large can in the house. Dampen a qtip with either liquid and gently rub on the adhesive.

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    I've used lighter fluid (Ronsonol) to clean mystery gunk off negatives in a class at ICP. [Well, in the hallway, not actually in the classroom.] Squirt some lighter fluid onto a q-tip then spray the tip with compressed air to remove the excess fluid. Rub gently in one direction.

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