Re: Photo flow
The stuff you put in your dishwasher to keep your dishes spot-free is
essentially the same thing as photo-flow (Jet-Dry or any of those
products). But if you reeeeaaaly insist on having photo-flow, go to a
photographic supply (see below for websites). If all else fails, use a
diluted solution of tween 20. Since I have never used this for a
surfactant in my waterbath, I don't know what it will do to sections.
Experiment with it and see if you like it IF you go with this. I use 100
mL 95% ETOH in 1800 mL DI water in my waterbath and it works great.
http://www.freestylesalesco.com/ (they have the very best products in
http://www.canemco.com/index.html (located in Canada)
http://marphot.com/APlus/index.html (Located in San Jose, CA. They don't
list products online, but have a toll free number to call)
At 11:26 AM 11/19/01 -0500, Cornett, Lorraine D wrote:
>We have used Photo Flow (a couple of drops in each water bath) to break the
>surface tension on the water. We have just been informed our local carrier
>no longer has this product.
>Are there other products on the market we can use for this?
>Or, does someone know where we can order Photo Flow direct.
>Thanks so much,
>Lorraine Cornett HT (ASCP)
>Blue Ridge Pathology Consultants, PC
Veterinary Diagnostics Lab
Utah State University
fax (435) 797-2805
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