From: Don Bryant (email@example.com)
Date: 01/27/01-09:40:58 AM Z
> Don, have you tried a "puddle pusher"? These are glass rods/tubes with a
> handle and you "push" a line of chemicals up and then back over your
> They only work on reasonably smooth papers.
Perhaps you missed my reply to Judy, I am using a PP. The problem I am
having with it is that by the time I start pushing on an 8x10 print a goodly
amount of emulsion will have soaked ito the print and causes the emulsion to
puddle a bit. By the time I reach the opposite side of the paper the
emulsion 'bead' becomes thin and I run out of emulsion before I finish the
> I found the Ware method nothing but trouble. By either varying the amount
> of "classic" A to B or double coating the paper I could get a very similar
> "look" to the ware without all the clearing issues.
I use the New Cyanotype formula and have no clearing problems, I use an 8%
solution of glacial acedic acid to clear with.
I'll definately try the foam brush.
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