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Squeege from someone who should know better. Sooner or later this happens as you drag some debris and fail to clean it.

Maybe an acceptable fault when self-developing as an amateur, but to my mind it should not happen in a self-acclaimed specialist b/w lab. Even there, of course, a handling error may occur - not replying at all to a polite customer complaint/ feedback, however is a no-go. I have deleted this lab from my personal map.

Edited by schattenundlicht

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I never squeegee. I use distilled water for washing the film and hang to dry in a dust-free place. Distilled evaporates completely and leaves no marks. A cheap home distiller allows you to distill your own and keep in bottles.

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