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    This short video shows us how to reveal latent fingerprints on a glass surface by dusting. Anyone interested in forensic science would enjoy trying it as it shows simple steps in dusting and lifting fingerprints. It does not require any chemicals and we can do it with baby powder. The steps involved...
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    • Katie Curtis

      Forensics Week-- This short video shows us how to reveal latent fingerprints on a glass surface by dusting.

    • Susan Matambanadzo

      This short video shows us how to reveal latent fingerprints on a glass surface by dusting. For detective pretend play.

    • Krista Hannafey

      This short video shows us how to reveal latent fingerprints on a glass surface by dusting. Anyone interested in forensic science would enjoy trying it as it shows simple steps in dusting and liftin...

    • Ariana Krueger

      How to Use baby powder to reveal latent fingerprints « Science Experiments - maybe I could add this to my CSI review

    • Author Tim Tigner

      Needed an improvised fingerprint lifting kit. Looks like baby powder and a makeup brush will do.

    • Sue MacDonald

      This short video shows us how to reveal latent fingerprints on a glass surface by dusting. Anyone interested in forensic science would enjoy trying it as it shows simple steps in dusting and lifting fingerprints. It does not require any chemicals and we can do it with baby powder. The steps involved are so simple and easy to follow that even kids can try it out for fun. This gives a clear idea about fingerprints on different objects like porous, non porous and metals. Enjoy viewing and detec...

    • Mark Flanders

      How to Use baby powder to reveal latent fingerprints « Science Experiments

    • SIFS INDIA

      How to Use baby powder to reveal latent fingerprints.........

    • Kayla Evans

      Mini Detectives Science: Dusting for latent prints

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