Sure. You are just trying to convert the CLS into a form that the fixer (in that bath) removes. The CLS is very fine particles of silver that can be easily beached and fixed by that bath. You want to avoid 'over doing it' so that you actually bleach and fix image silver.
Rebates = Film Edges
In the case of your sample I refer to edges areas including the perforation areas.
AgX said it correctly, I just find it weird the yellow silver turns red when it dries...
AgX can I bleach it even now or is it too late now that it's been exposed to light?
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Stone, you already developed the CLS layer when you developed the film. The developer doesn't choose. You can bleach it at anytime, just watch how much you bleach it because you don't want to be bleaching the rest of the image silver out.
So far no-one aside of me referred to that difference in min density/colour over the width of the film.