From: Kirk Williams (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: 02/11/00-06:14:41 PM Z
I hear that the cheaper the paper used for the color
copies the better the image will transfer. Also
transfers can be done with very nice results with the
orange citrus cleaner that can be purchased in the
household cleaning supply section of the grocery
store. I think it is called citrisol or something
close to that.
--- Kathryn Garrison <Kathryn.Garrison@Colorado.EDU>
> I was told that the lacquer thinner and the like
> only worked on the "older"
> color copies, and that the newer copy machines use a
> different method that
> doesn't lift off. What have people found?
> >Meanwhile thanks to all for suggestions -- i've put
> in a file & will
> >forward. However, I'm wondering if any of these
> solvents actually work on
> >an *ink jet print*, which was the proposition.
> (For what it's worth, I've
> >found acetone best on b&w photocopies, lacquer
> thinner on color copies.)
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