And see the current MSDS for Edwal FG-7.
Simply because it is staining, but not toxic, and the results I have seen so far from Nescafé-and-Folgers homebrew stuff are quite impressive for such a simple recipe. With some experimenting and good scientific knowledge of photo chemicals it might become an excellent developer.
i use caffenol C all the time,
it works well for my fun in the darkroom ...
i just make sure to get gut rot instant coffee.
the vit. c is the expensive stuff ..
i get mine at whole paycheck,
since we don't have a trader joe's around here
i do cheat a little bit ... sometimes i add some
spent print developer or some straight print developer
to boost the contrast a tiny bit. i usually add about "a splash"
not sure exactly what that measure is exactly, seeing
my coffee is " a big dump",
laundry det. is "a medium dump" and
vit c is "a little dump"
(i stopped using true "international measurements" a while back )
http://store.allhealthtrends.com/pgi...cid,2,157,=,AA, relatively cheap and works well in my Caff+C recipe. I'm much more precise in measuring though, I use the pour and count method. Very precise.:D
What does this developer do that a real developer couldn't do better?
No problem John.
I'm not sure how much it is at "whole paycheck" but I'd guess twice the price.:rolleyes: