We've all had it happen... You're going through some photographs and 2 (or more) of them are stuck together. You can't pull them apart without tearing them, and you really don't want to throw them away. The negatives are long gone! What now? Gently put them in the sink under cool water and get them all wet. (It may take a little soaking) Take it slow. Then you should be able to gently work them apart and get the junk off of them. Make sure and leave them face up on a towel to dry, and usually they'll dry evenly without a hint of damage, as long as it wasn't a red lollypop sticking them together! This highlights one of the advantages to having your photos printed on photo paper by a lab rather than printing them out on your own photopaper with your inkjet. If something like this happened to a print, you can't soak it as the ink will run and ruin the print. This also is why it's so important to mat your prints if you do choose to print your own work, that way if something wet gets on the frame and leaks to the underside of the glass or there is condensation in the room your print won't be ruined. Never put a print right up against the glass surface. Ha! you object, I still have the digital image! It doesn't really matter! That's true. But what if you give it as a gift? I recently totally destroyed a beautiful print I was given because I didn't notice that my pitcher was leaking while I was watering plants... and I really didn't want to admit what happened to the giver. (Oops, guess I've been outed now!) So I guess I learned that lesson the hard way. Now you don't have to!