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    Is that a Hassleblad? Brian Vuillemenot's Avatar
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    Cleaning water damaged film

    Hello,

    I've had the misfortune of having water spill on some 4X5 chromes. They are now dry, but have some water marks and dust attached where the water was. Any advice on how to clean the film? Are there any film cleaners that are recommended? Thanks!
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    Format Omnivore Brian C. Miller's Avatar
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    Re: Cleaning water damaged film

    Actually, it's really easy. Re-wash the film. Use distilled water and LFN. Since there is dust on the film, change the water after each piece is washed.
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