Phillip Murphy (email@example.com)
Fri, 09 Apr 1999 00:10:47 -0700
At 08:24 PM 4/8/99 -0700, you wrote:
>One thing that I failed to mention in my earlier post is that under certain
>conditions, like a little bit of humidity, plastic sleeves can stick to
>negatives. This is a worse problem than the potential outgassing from them.
>For this reason, I do not recommend plastic for long term storage without a
>paper liner of some sort. I have had several negatives damaged by "local
>ferrotyping" (I saw it referred to as such somewhere, but don't have a
>reference) small glossy spots on the emulsion that print like a water
Thank you for that comment; this is the very reason
that I have discontinued using poly- sleeves.
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