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And it's weird. You know how the different chems have different smells? I always seem to match one of them... o.o
Fractalist Fractalist 16-17, F 3 Answers Dec 22, 2013 in Health

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I'm a photographer and am familiar with this effect. The most common darkroom smells are acetic acid, sulfur dioxide, or hydrogen sulfide. I suggest completely disrobing and washing yourself gently with a dilute solution of baking soda (~ .5 molar should be fine). If you send some pictures then I can advise you whether you're carrying out the procedure correctly.

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Pedobear seal of approval XD

Oh and anyways I haven't been in the darkroom since Friday. Then again... I can't remember if I've bathed either. Too excited for break to start, I guess XD

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You need to bathe more.

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That's not it (I bathe daily or every other day). Even if I take a shower, half an hour later I smell like a darkroom again.

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