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Subject: Lightproofing a Garage



I have a 400 sq foot garage with a standard door for human entry and a
garage door (standard type that would be used with a garage door
opener). It has an outer window in the door and 3 other windows 29.5x35
I believe, it's a standard size in older homes. I have covered them off
with thick cardboard sealed with duct taped. I would like to light
proof it for use as a day darkroom. If anyone has any suggestions I'd
appreciate them, in specific I have the following questions:

1) Amberlith/Rubylith: is this particular variety a good solution to
cover the windows
(http://www.misterart.com/store/view.cfm?group_id=656&store=001)

2) How can I lightproof a garage door without sacrificing use of the
door?

3) Is there a cheap and easy TEMPORARY way to light proof the garage
door?

4) Would Amberlit/Rubylith be suitable for lightproofing flourescent
lighting (I have about 8 fixtures with 2 lights each hanging) I cannot
afford

Thanks,

Jeph

AIM: jephey
MSN: juniormintz@msn.com


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