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    Quote Originally Posted by Eidetic View Post
    Have you tried the same developer and bleach for the H2 as you used for the H1?
    Hi Bob

    Yes, I used to use the same for H1's and H2's. The results weren't as good as I'm getting with this combination though.

    @flecom... Lol, pinball machines... I could easily get addicted to those as well.

    If you have one of those wafer things I'll have a go at making a hologram from it for you. PM me

    Cheers

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    I think it was probably the EDTA bleach that was responsible for those results. How about CW-C2 and one of the PBU formulas for the bleach on the H2?

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    Hi Bob

    I'll have trawl through the back of Saxby's book and see if there's anything I've already got chemicals for

    I don't really want to be buying any more chemistry just now.

    Cheers

    Jem
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    Awesome work! I have never gotten into holography. You make it look easy, which I am sure, it is NOT!

    Flecom, that is an awesome game room! Pinball machines are awesome. I have an old Williams one called Millionaire. That is sitting right next to my Tempest cabinet!
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