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Subject: Cleaning color slides

Cleaning color slides

From: Marsha Sirven <marsha.sirven<-at->
Date: Tuesday, March 30, 2010
I am looking for a way to clean colour films and slides as 1-1-1
trichloroethane and carbon tetrachloride are no longer available. I
found some solvents to replace them through a web research but I do
not have any experience with them in this application. They are pure
solvents or commercial solutions as follow:

    Perchloroethylene (tetrachloroethylene), isopropyl alcohol,
    decafluoropentane (Polysolv 4310), heptane+toluene,
    heptane+ligroane, Hydrotreated Naptha, Isopar G Naptha, Exxsol
    D3135 Naphtha, Soltrol 100, 3M Novec Engineered Fluid HFE-8200.

If any of you know more about this it would be helpful. I am more
interested in pure solvents as commercial ones (American for most of
them) will be more difficult to order from France.

Marsha Sirven
restauratrice du Patrimoine
Atelier de Restauration et de Conservation des Photographies de la
    Ville de Paris
5 rue de Fourcy
75004 Paris
+33 01 44.61 81 24
Fax: +33 01 44.61 81 21


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