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we recently worked at NBC studios in Manhattan in a basment storage area tat had a very high humidity level. The moisture content of the walls was above 20 %.

All of the film stored in the area was starting to mold. It looked permanetly damaged.

Is there a way to remove mold damage.


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Back in the days, people used films for photography. Once a roll of film is damaged, the captured pictures will no longer be available. Films are very sensitive and fragile. That is why they should be kept in a moist-free place.


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