Flood Damaged Photos (2)

Flood Damaged Photos (2)

Drying the Photos

When professional photo services want a nice glossy print, they use special equipment to dry the prints. Of course, I didn’t have that. After thawing some pictures and discarding the wax paper, I laid some of them face up on a water safe surface. Others, I hung on a temporary clothesline in the garage. I dried them overnight. The next day, I took more photos out of the freezer, washed and dried them.

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