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Can ProVivid 689 be used for emulsion transfers? Or does it have to be 669?
-- Phil Scroggs (email@example.com), November 16, 2002
yes, as a matter of fact i just finished some. some came out good but others peeled after hangin to dry for several hours. it might have been due to other facters, like a change in the process i used. remember that 689 is 90 seconds, and your colors will need to be adjusted differently.
-- Bonnie Montoya (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 19, 2002.