You really want to use a waterproof film that made for film positives. For one thing, I'm betting that that film would smear the ink when it goes through the printer. Also, films made for film positives, have a rough side that really accepts the heavier deposits of ink that you need when printing your positives. Additionally, the waterproof film also dries the ink pretty much immediately so you don't get smearing.
There's no getting around some supplies needed.
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