Is it possible to wash RC prints satisfactorily without a running water rinse? My darkroom doesn't have a sink in it. Thus what I generally do is plop the fixed prints into a tray of water. Within a reasonable amount of time, I then take them out of the darkroom to be rinsed. This consumes a lot of time and makes me break darkness too often. I'm trying to devise a rinseless process. I'm thinking of one tray with a hypo-clearing agent, then moved to another tray of clean water, soaked for some time, possibly transferred to yet another clean water tray, and then hung straight up in the darkroom. Do you think this a workable plan? I only use RC paper.