Marshall Retouching Spot-All Kit 4B (4-Color Set)

BH #MAMS4B • MFR #MS4B
Marshall Retouching Spot-All Kit 4B (4-Color Set)
Key Features
  • For Photographs and B&W Negatives
  • Works on Glossy and Matte Papers
  • For Retouching, Spotting & Correcting
  • Liquid Dries Quickly
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The 4-color set of Spot-All Kit 4B from Marshall Retouching all come in 0.5 oz bottles with droppers that are applied into a mixing dish and used to retouch, spot, and correct photographs as well as black and white negatives. Matte prints tend to have some tooth to the surface of the paper, so the retouching liquid settles onto the paper easily and dries quickly. Glossy paper and B&W negatives also accept the liquid with no resistance. This kit contains selenium brown, neutral black, brown, and olive tones.
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Marshall Retouching MS4B Overview

The 4-color set of Spot-All Kit 4B from Marshall Retouching all come in 0.5 oz bottles with droppers that are applied into a mixing dish and used to retouch, spot, and correct photographs as well as black and white negatives. Matte prints tend to have some tooth to the surface of the paper, so the retouching liquid settles onto the paper easily and dries quickly. Glossy paper and B&W negatives also accept the liquid with no resistance. This kit contains selenium brown, neutral black, brown, and olive tones.

UPC: 053661069411

Marshall Retouching MS4B Specs

QuantityPer Bottle:
0.5 oz / 14.8 mL
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.535 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.7 x 3.5 x 2.3"
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These are for use with darkroom paper, i don't think it will work too well with inkjet paper. Any bit of liquid or water would cause the inks to smear or bleed.
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