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  1. #11

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    Re: how much dust is acceptable

    I recently started wiping my film cassettes with an Ilford antistaticum before loading film. A lot of LFP books recommend using a brush to clear out the cassettes but an old grayback LFP suggested this will actually charge the cassettes and he suggested I should use the Antistaticum.
    I haven't been doing it long enough to see if my dust problem has diminished. Anybody else does this?

    Adrian
    Perfection is a moving target.

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    Re: how much dust is acceptable



    Quote Originally Posted by Roger Cole View Post
    Do people normally view your prints through a strong loupe? If not then I suggest you don't either.

  3. #13

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    Re: how much dust is acceptable

    I have noticed that I get significantly more dust with images done in Grafmatics than in regular DDs even though I try to be careful.

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