"Streaks" in Color Printing
I just did one of my few color printing sessions for the year, and I seem to have had more than my fair share of "streaks". You know when you make sure the drum is dry, expose the paper, put it into the drum and process. Then you find that although you finally got the color balance right, and removed the specks of dust, you've managed to get bright red or yellow streaks running across the print (and down the print...or just in random locations on the print). Am I right in thinking that these originate from drops of water remaining in the drum??? Any ideas on how to combat this problem? Thanks.
Are you using a stopbath.
many times streaking problems can be caused by not using a stopbath.