Re: Pt./Pd. question acid pre-soak

From: Sandy King ^lt;>
Date: 08/11/05-10:24:50 PM Z
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I hope you ran through the other side and chased it down!


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>Hi Sandy,
>Sam Wang and I tried an acid pre-soak with Cranes Platinotype (fools
>that we were) and when I poured the Palladium on to coat ran
>out the other side..... hehehehehe
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>In a message dated 8/11/05 5:24:09 PM, writes:
>>Some of the papers I use don't like the pre-soak, Stonhenge being one
>>of them, The acid pre-soak simply removes the coating of this paper
>>so when you print with it it absorbs a huge amount of sensitizer, and
>>the resulting prints have very granular look.
Received on Thu Aug 11 22:25:07 2005

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