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Film Guard 19 Apr 2001 03:05 #1504

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I need to get the product Film Guard. How do I apply it to the film? I do not have a particle Transfer roller. I see these blue rollers in the pictures on the web with film guard. Can you just replace a standard roller with one of those? Or do I need to get a Particle transfer roller?
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Re: Film Guard 19 Apr 2001 14:26 #1505

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Film-Guard is a very good product. It can be applyed to the film using a soft cloth soaked with Film-Guard. But the prefered method is to use a Kelmar media cleaner.

You can find all the information you would ever like to know by visiting the manufacture's web-site at:

www.film-tech.com

and clicking on the Film Cleaning link on the bottom of the page.

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Re: Film Guard 19 Apr 2001 15:50 #1506

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I use film guard to help with the static problems that come with winter. It works very well. I apply it with a thick paper towel on one side, then thread up sound track down, and do the other side. One thing i notived with my Motiograph AA, it makes the film very noisy going they the projector until the stuff spreads evenly. Crank up that film gate tension, but not too far.
Paul Turner
Avalon Cinema
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