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« on: July 29, 2010 06:22:51 PM »

So, I bought myself a nifty little speedball 3 set, emulsion, sensitizer, and cleaner. WELL. I added water to the senstizer and shook with all my might, stirred repeatedly with a rod, and added it to my emulsion. However. When I looked in the bottle, so make sure all was well. . . all was not. I cut up the bottle to check, and sure enough, there is still a layer of black along a large portion of the bottle still. I have no idea what to do. The screen is already coated, do I let it dry and then hope for the best? or is this going to end in a non-light-sensitive disaster? Sad Sad Sad Cry Cry
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