The very first large format negative I ever made is so painfully underdeveloped that it's hard to print on grade 4 enlarging paper. Not a good candidate for Pt/Pd but I just got a decent print using hydrogen peroxide from the drugstore. Here's the drop count: 2 drops Pt 2 drops Pd 4 drops FO no chlorate 1 drop 3% peroxide Cranes 32# paper that everyone seems to hate Why isn't peroxide consider a normal contrasting agent? I've tried this negative with obscene amounts of Na2 and couldn't get even coating (tween, PVA, Bacardi didn't work). I tried with allot of the evil #2 FO and you can guess what it looked like. Is this print just a fluke or should I look at experimenting more with negs that don't need so much help? The print is still in the wash but it is smooth and I doubt it could grain up that much in drying.