Quote Originally Posted by Loren Sattler View Post
I try to cut and sleeve my negatives in Print File pages as soon as the negative strip is dry. This avoids the strip picking up excess dust while drying. Any dust issues I have are minor especially considering working in a laundry room that doubles as a darkroom. I have found that if a negative strip gets dusty while drying, it can be very difficult to keep spots to a minimum while enlarging (especially with 35mm negatives).
Agreed, I saw someone say they don't use a wetting agent and it takes them a whole day to dry their film, it takes me a max of 2 hours and I hang mine in my shower...

Give that stuff a try, no squeegee just hang to drip dry.

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