After giving my b&w film a bath in distilled water, photo-flo solution, and a touch of rubbing alcohol, I string my plastic paterson 35mm rolls on a rope and swing them around, allowing the centrifugal force to sling the excess water off. I do this indoors of course, to reduce dust sticking to the film as it's flying through the air. I had to find a solution to getting the excess water off while leaving the film on the rolls because I then dry them in a home made pvc tube attached to a low heat hairdryer. Has anyone else tried the rope swinging, centrifugal force method? Is this a bad idea? Ive gotten decent results with only a few water marks, but overall believe it is a sound idea. What do you think?