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This is the difficult part especially if you live in a one room flat.

With the high end of DIY technology you can construct a wooden dowel Ferris wheel type structure that the wet film can be wound onto and left to dry. But we prefer a final rinse in a bucket of water with a few drops of washing up liquid to avoid drying spots, and then hanging on a clothesline to dry on a breezy day. But not too breezy, as you may then have to ask your neighbours for your film back when it blows into their garden. An indoor solution for those without a garden is a line above the bathtub (or in the shower!)

Dark room drying cupboards are ideal if you have access to them as they are relatively dust free, and with a bit of ingenuity and hanging skill, longish lengths can be looped from top to bottom and back again.

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