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    5 Litre Size Measuring Jugs

    This might be of interest to darkroom users who use larger size packages of developers in powder form such as D-76, ID-11, Xtol and Bromophen etc, as it`s not always easy to find 5 litre size measuring jugs.

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    Yes, I've discovered that as well. I solved the problem by getting a 5 + liter refrigerator jug from the market, and marking a line where 4 and 5 liters of water ended up. I'd prefer an actual measuring jug like the ones in your link, but it works.

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    I get mine from Home Brew (beer) stores.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blokeman View Post
    I get mine from Home Brew (beer) stores.
    I'll have to investigate that--a 5 liter jug would simplify mixing my Xtol somewhat.
    Charles Hohenstein

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    An empty 5 litre distilled water container works fine too!



 

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