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[filmscanners] Re: Modern photography...



The US effectively banned TCE in the late 1970's. I figured I would just
read the container and relay the ingredients, but they are not listed.
http://www.photosol.com/msds_pec12.pdf
The material safety sheet indicates the ingredients are a trade secret.

Tony Sleep wrote:

>Arthur Entlich wrote:
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>>OK, how about this... maybe the PEC is responsible ;-)
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>I've never owned any, it's available but hard to find in UK. I've seldom
>used anything other than a dry brush for dust, very occasionally a
>microfibre cloth. I have some proprietary film cleaner which was reckoned
>to be the best available before PEC12, but avoid it if possible as it
>leaves a slightly smeary residue. It's only worth using for fingerprints
>IME, and they're very rare.
>
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>>What is that stuff really made from anyway?
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>Probably mainly carbon tetrachloride, which is carcinogenic - at least
>that's what the stuff I have includes.
>
>Regards
>
>Tony Sleep - http://www.halftone.co.uk
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