Hi there, wanted to share a small enhancement I've figured out to the well-known process for flat FB prints, whereby you tape the wet print onto a glass surface using watercolour tape. I was a bit tired of handling fragile glass plates in my already crammed darkroom, and with having to spend time scraping tape bits off the glass after use. Not to mention the times when the dry prints refused to come off the glass. So, I cut pieces of 3mm perspex to size, and started taping the prints onto them. In one corner of each sheet I have drilled a hole and put a loop of string through, and the perspex sheets can now be hung up to dry - literally - everywhere there is room for them. When the prints are dry, I bend the perspex sheets a bit, and the prints (and the tape) will come off easily, leaving nothing on the perspex. I've been using this method for a while, and it works like a charm. Really handy, really inexpensive way to get perfect flat PB prints. WRT size, my perspex pieces are 30x40 cm, which leaves a good margin for the tape, given my largest paper size is 24x30.