You can try to use some cotton with vinegar ,the point is that if the fungus is made by your finger prints they will clean , if the slides got fungus by high lamp tempratures , you will nor see any diference .
what u mean by finger print and high lamp temperature???
fungus not cause by dampness meh??
can use the vinegar to clean both sides of the slide? i believe one side of the slide has all the emulsion... what if i rub away my picture???
1. Get a Nikon Coolscan 4000ED, turn on ICE and scan the thing. Then output it back to slides. :devil:
2. Kodak used to have a product called "Film Cleaner", it's sort of alcohol-based solution for cleaning film of oil and fingerprints. It might help, though I am not sure if it's still available for sale. Last saw in Ruby Photo 15 years ago.
Have mange to maintain fungus free for some of my slides
in an air-condition room kept in steel filing cabinet.
Kodachrome seems to hate fungus compared to other
slides film. Kept some Kodachrome slides for more than
20 years without fungus.