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I have precious photographs that have become very. As a result, they have now stuck together. I would hope to scan any that I can save but I have to rescue them first. Any advice about how I might separate them with the least damage to them? Tom...

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    Default Help - damp photographs

    I have precious photographs that have become very. As a result, they have
    now stuck together. I would hope to scan any that I can save but I have to
    rescue them first.

    Any advice about how I might separate them with the least damage to them?

    Tom

    Tom Guest

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    Put them in water until they separate?
    Tom <tomjlowentlworld.com> schreef in berichtnieuws
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    > I have precious photographs that have become very. As a result, they have
    > now stuck together. I would hope to scan any that I can save but I have to
    > rescue them first.
    >
    > Any advice about how I might separate them with the least damage to them?
    >
    > Tom
    >

    Jan Guest

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    > Put them in water until they separate?

    this is the best advice.... photos are processed in a wet chemical... water
    will not hurt them while soaking..... :) good luck!

    Courtney Hockett Guest

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    Courtney Hockett <chockettcinci.rr.com> wrote in message news:<BB80A3E1.1B9B%chockettcinci.rr.com>...
    > > Put them in water until they separate?
    >
    >
    > this is the best advice.... photos are processed in a wet chemical... water
    > will not hurt them while soaking..... :) good luck!
    Let them soak until they come apart on their own. If you pull them
    apart it will tear the immulsion off of the paper back. Once they
    come apart put them on a hard smooth surface and squegee them off then
    lay them face up to dry on a towel or a screen.
    Aaron Guest

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