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My changing bag arrived and it seems very staticy. I thought of using a dryer sheet on it, but then thought maybe not a good idea. Anyone with some advice. I realize the changing tent was a much better idea, but had to sacrifice somewhere. Thanks ahead of time for your help.
-- Julie Hancock (email@example.com), November 23, 2000
Put it in the dryer with a sheet of Bounce. Pat
-- pat krentz (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 24, 2000.
Julie, Your changing bag will be OK for the field, but, since you have a darkroom "on the way" so to speak, and will have to lightproof it well enough for film developing anyway, you can load most of your holders there. I usually load on the baseboard of my enlarger or on a formica counter top. Lots of room is really nice when you are loading several 4x5 holders, and it's easier to keep things dust free. Regards, ;^D)
-- Doremus Scudder (ScudderLandreth@compuserve.com), November 24, 2000.
The is a spray-on product called "Staticide" (there are others also) that cuts-down on static and is used in the electronics industry. A search on the net should turn it up.
-- Wayne DeWitt (email@example.com), November 25, 2000.