extract finger print from a clear plastic sheeting

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i am a csi officer and i want some advises how to extract finger print from a clear plastic sheeting.
i tried with super glu but it's gives pure resultes

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Re: extract finger print from a clear plastic sheeting

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1. Oxides: Oxide formulations are used on painted or smooth surfaces including
most plastics. These powders are extremely sensitive to moisture—in
particular—the sebaceous or oily secretions that may contaminate the fingertips.
Silk Black (101L), Gray (102L), White (103L) and Brilliant Red (104L)
are oxide powders. After latents are developed, we recommend that excess
powder be removed using a feather duster (123LB or 123LW

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