Tonight I printed a negative on Kentmere VC Select. I toned the print in sepia, bleaching all but the blacks and toning in a liter of thiocarbamide toner mixed from scratch with 5.5 grams of accelerator (sodium hydroxide). Anyway, I then washed for 5 minutes, hypo-clear for 5 minutes, then threw it in KRST diluted 1+9, and the color just went crazy! The tones from the sepia toning were nice, but in the selenium the saturation jumped, it was awesome. Previous times I've dual toned, I toned in selenium first to preserve blacks, then bleached and toned in thiocarbamide. Anyone know what happened here? The only think I can think of is that all the bleached areas weren't re-developed by the sepia toner, but I re-develop in the sepia toner for 1 minute. I've always done it that way and never had a problem. Anyone else ever experienced this?