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August 27, 2020 at 9:54am #15832
Amy Humphrey Hayes
Good to know, John! I’ve been using a 14×14 piece of Museum Glass I was able to pick up at a local frame shop (not the original one I contacted). It’s worked great for the albums I’ve been scanning, but I can see how having a smaller piece would work better for doing tons of small vintage prints.
Because the albums I scanned were 100 years old, they were pretty dirty. The non-static brush worked great for much of the debris, but I would occasionally get marks on the glass. I seemed to be able to get them off with a lens cleaning cloth, but was wondering what you all like to use for cleaning the glass?