• Image printed on transparency
• Deluxe Exposure Frame
• Eco Exposure Light
• Darkroom Specialty Box
• Plastic Canvas
• Plain tap water
• Soft Brush
• Yellow Bug Light (optional)
Step 1: Remove Protective Film From PhotoEZ.
Cut PhotoEZ to size and remove the protective clear film. Return extra back in protective black bag.
Step 2: Place Artwork on Contact Frame.
Step 3: Rub PhotoEZ Over Artwork.
Step 4: Place Black Base Over PhotoEZ.
Step 5: Expose Using Eco Exposure Light.
Over exposed film is difficult or impossible to wash out. Try decreasing exposure time.
Under exposed film will partially or completely wash away. Try increasing exposure time.
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Step 6: Develop PhotoEZ in Water.
It is very important to protect the film from further light exposure during the soaking period.
Step 7: Remove Excess Emulsion With Brush.
Use a soft bristle brush to wash away any extra emulsion from your pattern. Use the plastic canvas for support. Finally rinse under running water.
Step 8: Dry PhotoEZ on Plastic Canvas.
Step 9: Your PhotoEZ Stencil Is Ready to Use.
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