John Rudiak (email@example.com)
Tue, 29 Jun 1999 18:59:49 -0600
It has been speculated, on this list i believe, that maybe some renegade fibres
that aren't cotton got into the mix somehow. Don't remember the specifics,
but I think Keith Schreiber spoke about this. Might check the archives.
Lukas Werth wrote:
> Thanks for the answers to my question.
> It is BFK Rives, of course ...I got the paper mixed up with one RKB Arches.
> However, I have taken a magnifier to my prints (ten times), and indeed,
> some fibers seem to remain naked - and, as far as I could recognize, it is
> the lower layer.
> I like the Rives because of its slightly rough surface and its creamy
> colour, and I like the Whatman. I would discard the papers nevertheless,
> were it not for the fact that I get these spots only on some prints, so i
> would like to find the reasons. I have taken to the BFK only recently, but
> I have been using the Whatman since quite some time, and only two days
> back, I got the first print with these white spots. I tend to think it
> might be the climate ...??? When I printed, RH here in Berlin was about 70%
> - rather humid.
> Any more suggestions?
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