Get a little photoflow and just wash them (see the darkroom meaning of
that, don't stick them in the dish washer.).
Cool (no more than 70º) water carefully immerse them for a few minutes.
Use your fingers if needed to provide a little more cleaning, rinse in the
PhotoFlow solution (dilute it as recommended) and remove the excess water
and hang in a clean dry area to dry.
Joseph E. Meehan
26 + 6 = 1 It's Irish Math
"HRosita" <hrositaaol.comnet> wrote in message
> I have a solution for cleaning film called Edwal, Anti-Stat Film Cleaner,from> clean mold and fungus from film and slides (I live in Florida). I got it> what once used to be a good camera shop.
> You might try a Google search.
> The pamphlet that came with it said that under no instance to use water.
> Your problem might be different since you say that sleeves stuck to the
> negative. this might have destroyed some of the emulsion.
> Good luck