I've discovered that I spend more time cleaning up than I do actually going through the processing steps in a typical session of film developing. My darkroom is in a laundry room, and thus temporary, so I have to have everything cleaned out by night's end. The only thing remaining is a dish rack with all the stuff drying. But I basically "do the dishes" with all my graduates, tanks, empty bottles, etc. That is, I wash them in hot soapy water and then rinse them. I'm doing all of this in one utility sink. And mind you, I can't start until the film is washed, because that's sitting in the sink with the hose in it. Is all this necessary? If you had to "tear down" every time you used the darkroom, what do you think the most efficient way to do it would be? I'm getting faster at it, and I'm ensuring safety, repeatability and all that good stuff by having clean equipment, but I don't want to end up dreading darkroom work just for the cleanup.