How to Clean Photos?

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To clean regular photos without a lacquer finish (usually applied by professional photographers), you can use a cotton ball and some distilled water. Put the water on the cotton ball and using small, light circular motions, carefully rub the photo where the stain is to clean it. Be very gentle and careful as rubbing too hard may cause damage to the photo. If your photo does have the lacquer finish you need to take it to a professional to be cleaned and have the lacquer reapplied.
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