Kodak unifix diluition.

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  1. Rhodes

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    Have a 5L bottle of kodak unifix and wanted to see if it is good for use, since I forgott to buy fixer. But the bottle does not have the diluition instrutions. What is the standart diluition for film?
     
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    I expect that this is a product that is or was found outside the North American market. I wonder if it is actually the same as Kodak Rapid Fixer?

    Here is a link at indicates a "1 + 4" dilution: http://www.bradfordeye.co.uk/documents/KodakProductsforEnthusiastspt3.pdf
     
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    Thank you! Will post a picture of the bottle just for curiosity.

    edit: here it is
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