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    This is my reference. I'll admit it's not particularly conclusive.

    ftp://www.fujihunt.com/msds/press/En.../EN_979070.pdf

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    Kodak has a particular sensitive nature towards pollution going back to the 60s. They tell it more like it is.

    Fuji Hunt states there that EDTA is hazardous, as do many others, but it is used intravenously with no harm for heavy metal poisoning. So, it ain't all that bad IMHO.

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    I'm on my last Kodak kit now and was looking at getting the Arista kit from Freestyle. Does the Arista kit provide all the chemistry to properly develop and ensure maximum life or do I need to purchase additional chemicals? If so what chemicals? Sorry for being redundant but this thread has left me a bit confused.

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    Is it completely safe to use the pre-bleach bath from the latest Fuji Hunt kit in a Jobo drum (3010)? Chrome 6x kit instructions warn only against using the final rinse in a tank or drum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darkroom_rookie View Post
    Is it completely safe to use the pre-bleach bath from the latest Fuji Hunt kit in a Jobo drum (3010)?
    Yes.

    Chrome 6x kit instructions warn only against using the final rinse in a tank or drum.
    It's because it tends to foam in rotary agitation and because using it as a final step necessitates an extra wash step for the processor equipment.

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