On 26 Mar 2001 08:39:35 EST Richard Starr (Richard.Starr@valley.net) wrote:
> Turned out, the key was to get rid of Kodak PhotoFlo and use one
> of the more modern wetting agents.
Yup. I once threw away 5L of very expensive Photoflo 600 (enough to make 3,000L
of bubbly water). Photoflo smears unless used at a much lower dilution than
recommended. But my 5L had been exposed to low temps, and was full of
crystalline crud. To be fair to Kodak, ISTR the label did warn not to store at
Ilfotol has none of these idiosyncrasies, and is what I have used ever since.
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