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Old 07-20-2011, 12:17 PM   #11
John Spragens
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I know there some sort of solution one can buy--PEC?--and I've considered it but then I'd have to dismount and remount my slides which seems more trouble than using the Healing brush however, for negatives it might be worth getting...
You also increase the risk of doing physical damage to the film or emulsion any time you use cleaning solutions on the film.

I don't know what trained archivists recommend. In recent years I've avoided any attempts to do more than blow and brush dust off.

With some of my pix, that means there's a lot of Photoshop clean-up to be done. And much of the oldest and dirtiest of the film is half-frame 35mm, so each little mote of dust is twice as much damage.

   
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