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    Film Drier for Prison Cells and other Small Spaces

    How do folks who live in match box apartments dry their film.

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    Hang it in the shower.
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    Hang 'em over the bathtub on a string.

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    I live in an average size house and I hang my film in the bathroom to dry.

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    The bathroom has the advantage of having less dust in the air, due to humidity. Also dripping on the floor is not such a crime.

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    Run the shower for a few minutes to steam up the bathroom. When the steam has cleared, so have most airborn particles. Then hang the film on the shower curtain rail.


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    The shower was where I planed on hanging the film, but thought there might be some unique, brillant or interesting alternatives...

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    I have constructed this cabinet out of balsa wood and plastic sheet and it works well. I can hung about twenty rolls of 120 or 135 with ease. As you can see the space it takes is really small as is my darkroom.
    As a side note, my darkroom has changed a lot since I took this photo, but the size of the room remains the same: it fits about three-four people standing along with all the furniture.
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    Nah- just a string or other laundry-line type apparatus across the tub, and let the stuff dangle over the basin. If you want to get truly clever, Megaperls has these neat little coathanger-type devices to hang multiple sheets of 4x5 from in a fan-shape -

    http://www.unicircuits.com/shop/prod...products_id=35

    They show it hanging from what looks like a shower curtain rod.

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    Hang it off the balcony?

    The darkroom is still a store room right now -(

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