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The best advice is to NOT wear good clothes in the darkroom, or wear a lab
coat. or an apron.
If you do splash some developer on clothing, you can neutralize it with
fixer and then rinse it off with water immediately. This will prevent the
stain from appearing later, but only works when the developer is still wet.
"Sven ." <svenn...@hotmail.com> wrote in article
Removing developer stains from clothes:
Damp the spots with 5% solution of potassium permanganate. Allow to remain for
a few moments and then decolorise with 10% solution sodium bisulphite.
In the case of colored cloth or fabric,care must be exercised, otherwise the
treatment may cause the appearance of a bleached area.
|>I've found some companies on the net offering products to do the job, but
|>either you have to order massive volumes, or they only deliver within the
|>U.S. (and i live in Europe) So, any DIY-suggestions would be most
|> Sven U.
You can buy a paste from B&H that is produced by Photographic
Solutions which should satisfy your needs. Check out PS at
John S. Douglas
S p e c t r u m P h o t o g r a p h i c I n c .
W o r l d F i e l d P h o t o g r a p h e r s A s s o c i a t i o n
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