Putting films in the dishwasher? Why not! Try this experiment at home, like I did.
Okay, I must admit this was the first time I ever tried something like that.
I took a Kodak ColorPlus 200 and I placed it in the dishwasher, together with all the dirty dishes: long cycle at 65 degrees. Do you think I exaggerated?!
Let’s find out!
As I took the film out from the dishwasher, I left it in balcony to dry for a few days.
And then? Well, I put the film in my Fisheye No. 2 and I decided to go out for a walk. When I went to the lab to get my film back after development, on the package it was written “Film Received Wet.” Oooops!
I then scanned the rolls to see the results of this crazy experiment. Here they are:
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