Hi Bruce, I notice it looks like your original has a lot of dirt/mud on it? If you haven't cleaned the slide, I think this could help a lot on getting the best original for restoring. You can buy a product called PEC-12 Archival Emulsion cleaner, which is safe for film, and removes dirt, mold etc . Of course test a slide you care least about first - I have found some minority of slides are a different composition and react badly. Generally it is extremely effective though.
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