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    Quote Originally Posted by fschifano View Post
    Stick a little Gorilla Glue in the plastic thingie and shove the bamboo back in. As the glue dries, it expands and sticks like all get out. they'll never come out again. I guarantee it.
    Thanks for the tip. Now all I have to do is find a gorilla willing to give up his glue...

    Oh, and in reply to a comment by another poster: yes, bamboo tongs do absorb chemicals. That's why you use a different color tong in each tray, and never switch them.
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    Gorilla Glue: http://www.gorillaglue.com/glues/gorillaglue/index.aspx

    Home Depot, Lowes, any hardware store should have it. Great stuff to have around the house for emergency repairs.
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    No question the Kostiner stainless steel tongs are the finest for handling fiber prints smaller than 11x14. They last almost forever - if you can find someone willing to part with a set. I always use both my hands for 11x14 and larger sizes. Tongs are simply way too risky with larger sized fiber prints

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