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    I have thought about developing b&w on the road. The problem I can't get over is where to dry the negatives so no dust or stuff or people get to them while drying.

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    Hi Boca, Welcome to APUG! For a place to dry your negatives, a piece of string, film clips (or clothes pegs) and the shower cubicle will do the the trick with the added advantage of being able to run the shower for ten minutes first and the steam will damp down any dust.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Molli View Post
    Hi Boca, Welcome to APUG! For a place to dry your negatives, a piece of string, film clips (or clothes pegs) and the shower cubicle will do the the trick with the added advantage of being able to run the shower for ten minutes first and the steam will damp down any dust.

    Thanks for the tip Molli

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    Boca - hello and welcome to APUG!
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