Thanks for the plug, Mark, and also for the advice. I'll be on the lookout.
At 04:50 PM 02/17/2001 +1000, you wrote:
>The ones I use are dry - I don't trust *anything* wet/oily on my film (not
>even the old 'nose-oil' method..!)
>By the way, Hersch's suggestion was a good one - try them on your
>sunglasses first - that way you'll soon see if they have oil in them!
>There are a number of brands on the market, some are designed to go on
>strange-looking floor sweepers. I have bought several types and found most
>contained a light oil, so I used them on my furniture.. But there are a
>few brands that have no oils - these seem to work very well. They are VERY
>antistatic, are softer than any cloth, and run rings around any dust
>brushes I have tried (which I reckon put as much dust *on* as they remove).
>Naturally film damage *will* result from anything other than a very soft
>wipe, but after a bit of practice I now feel very confident with my light
>stroking method! So experiment first and don't blame me later ;-)
>At 02:18 PM 16/02/01 -0600, you wrote:
> >Hi, Mark!!!
> >Are these wipes wet or dry? I'd like to try your method, as I don't have
> >ICE, and spend 'WAY too much time despotting my pictures!!!
> >Guy Clark
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