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Gaawd, is it April 1st again already? Jer Arthur Entlich wrote: > > I believe you're going about this in a unnecessarily difficult manner. > Having tried your approach in the past only to have my wife confront me > with bleeding legs and underarms when she next tried to use the razor, > I've learned future experiments of this nature should best be attempted > using my Norelco triple header electric razor. > > However, as a razorless approach, I would suggest it is better to peel > off the emulsion and then carefully transfer it to some thinner film > base. Make sure to smooth out all the bubbles and wait for it to dry > completely before handling again. > > Art > > byard pidgeon wrote: > > > It's all very well to find a problem, but better to offer a solution...here > > are two good ones: > > a BIC Ladies "sensitive skin" razor will thin the film quite nicely, in one > > stroke. Be careful not to do it on the emulsion side. > > If the razor seems too drastic, try using the finest emery paper available > > at the auto parts store (paint section)...glue it to a perfectly flat, stiff > > block and grind away. Be sure to sand the back, not the emulsion, unless > > you're after some new age effects. > > I haven't tried these, as I don't have the focus problems, so offer NO > > guarantees on the suitibility of these methods for any particular problem. > > I'm just trying to be helpful. > > > > > > - > Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate > subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions. - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.