So, I've been making PCBs (printed circuit boards) myself a long time for little projects here and there or to make little proto boards for breadboarding surface mount components. I usually pay to have the complex ones fabricated, but for simple little one-offs, it's not worth it, better to make them myself. One thing that's always been a pain is the medium used for toner transfer. I've tried a whole array of different mediums. For people that have not yet attempted to make a PCB, but are thinking about it, toner transfer is a simple way to transfer your designs for chemical etching using a plain ol' laser printer. It's like doing a silkscreen T-shirt, you just print to paper and iron it on. You can also use a laminator which I use myself. I've tried all kinds of mediums for toner transfer with mixed results, but I recently came across something that is outstanding. Now, you can get special toner transer paper like this, but it's not cheap. Magazine paper works fairly well most of the time, but I found Elle magazine paper is just amazing. If you have women in your household or you are a woman yourself, you probably have a few Elle magazines around so it's basically free. It works just as well as the dextrose paper you can buy. It lifts off in about a minute of soaking with water. No brushing or other help is required leaving a circuit board ready to etch. Really amazing stuff. I was highly pleased to find a magazine paper that works so well so I thought I would share that.