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    Default Storing inkjet transparencies

    Suggestions for storage that will avoid them sticking together?

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    I'm using waterproof films so I don't ever have any problems with them sticking togther. I put them in the flat file if they'll fit or roll them up otherwise.

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    yeah i wasnt coughin up the extra scratch for the waterproof ones.

    hmmm

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    i don't think i've ever had a problem with them sticking together. i usually don't stack them until a few days after they've been printed, though.

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    The ones I buy come with pieces of thin paper inbetween them. I generally don't keep films after I finish the print run so storing them isn't an issue.
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    Im more thinking about the photo negatives for my cyanotypes than I am my posters.

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    Print File (Print File, Inc) makes storage sleeves for damn near anything, including about any kind of photo negatives.

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    I know, I use them for my 35mm negs. Maybe i need to let them dry longer.

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    clear coat or spray fix

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    regular bond paper facing the ink. and yeah, really let them dry.

    not the greatest putting them in plastic as the ink has a tendency to rewet and stick to other plastic.
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