(4) Coat the frosted side oi acetate with rubber cement. Allow to dry.
(5) Adhere the rubber ccment surfaces of the two. Be careful. If bubbles form, pierce them with a sharp needae from the paper side, Take a smooth, hard object and rub over the back of the picture to ensure good adhesion.
(6) Soak in cold water. Add some detergent to help the water soak through the paper surface. Leave ''sandwich4' in water 5 to 10 minutes.
(7) Remove the paper from the acetate gently. Soak some more if the paper won't release easily from the acetate surface.
(8) Wash off the clay. A light film of white chalky material will appear on the picture-acetate surface. Wash this off with a piece of soft cotton.
(9) Clean the transparency. Get off dirt. ctc.
(10) Dry the transparency. Blot off exccis water and allow to drv for at least 10 minutes. Spray the rubier cement surface with a good grade of crystal clear plastic spray.
(11) Bind the transparency or use as is.
Type B (Figure 11)
a. How it works - this type transparency consists of a translucent master on which an image is drawn, printed or photographed, and a sheet of diaxo-coated film. To make a transparency, you just expose the master, in good contact with the coated or sensitive side of the film, to an ultra-viclet light source (sunlightl. The ultra-violet light penetrates the master and "bums outM the diaso ccating of the film where it is not covered by a drawn image on the master. The exposed film is then subjected to squa-amrnonia vapor which develops on the film an exact replica of the image of your master.
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