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So after your film is fixed, the next step
is washing it. This is a great washer. You can wash a lot of film in this washer, but
you can also wash your film just in a plain sink in the canister, but this is where it
gets a little complicated. A really good thing to have is a filter system on your water.
Different towns, different cities have different qualities of water, and you kind of want to
pay attention to that. Sometimes the water is called hard water, meaning there’s a lot
of sulfur in that water. If you have that problem, you really want to make sure you’re
filtering it because there’s, again, it sort of…there’s nothing worse than putting all
this time and effort into figuring out how to do this, and then having your film be damaged
or ruined by water that’s really not…it’s just too hard, technically, to wash film properly.
So you can buy a filter, a water filter system for your house for, well pretty inexpensive,
and you then you can also use it to drink from, so it’s not a bad idea. So that final
step is washing, not the most exciting process in this, but it’s something you need to do
for about ten minutes.

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