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#1 Annie Wengenroth

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Posted 23 October 2008 - 09:38 PM

While touching up paint jobs on a couple SR mags, I discovered that tack cloth is an excellent way to pick up any stray paint, dirt, metal, or emulsion specks on the inside of a magazine. I got it at Pearl but you could probably get it at any arts/crafts/hobby place. It makes things a little bit sticky, but nothing you can't fix with a chamois cloth. And it's more likely to make your hands sticky, than the mag. So check it out if you're up for a new way to clean camera gear!
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