So, this one goes out to PhotoEngineer or someone else with the experience and genius . I purchased 1000 feet of Kodak Vision 250D and 400 feet of Kodak Vision 320T. I am wanting to make some kind of home-made machine to wash the rem-jet off in bulk so I can re-sell and they can send it to their photo lab without screwing stuff up, so this is where my issue comes in. I have read online that since rem-jet needs to be soaked in an alkaline solution to wash off, doing this before exposure will partially develop the film. My theory is making a solution (very weak) of water and sodium tetraborate (borax). I have played with it just a little and have found that the smallest amount in water will soften the rem-jet so much that you can basically wash it off under running water. How much damage will the borax cause to the dyes in the emulsion? Also, will a warm air dryer cause damage to the dyes? Thanks!