So I found this box of slides from my dads child hood taken by my grandfather. You can guess they haven't been extremely well preserved as they have been in a shoe box stored at less than desired temperatures. I have had a harry brained idea to try and start scanning those and hopefully preserve them a little better and well.. make dad happy. More so the latter than anything. Two issues have come as I started this. I'm sure I'll find plenty more but these are starters. I'm using a flat bed scanner that has film and slide capabilities. Dust has been a huge problem. So if anyone has ideas on dusting the doggon things, both scanner and slides, I'm all ears. Oh, I should add a disclaimer. Cheep ideas cause I can't exactly go spend $100 on a fancy electrically charged brush. Also, I was wondering if anyone wants to give some tips and tricks to restoring the old photos. As you can guess the colors aren't what they used to be. I'm looking for over all concepts and such. I'm by no means a PS expert. So basically, I'm all ears for thoughts, ideas, tips, tricks, and other words of advice that you wonderful film people have.