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    Moersch SE6 Blue and Finisher Blue

    I have just bought a bottle of this developer and additive and did some tests on Ilford Multigrade IV RC. I must say that the effect was somewhat less than I expected. I use it diluted 1:9 without the finisher blue additive or add 5ml of the additive. Its possible that Multigrade is not that receptive to this developer. I would welcome any insights or advice form anyone using this developer. It did not come with any literature.

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    I'm not familiar with that developer, but it sounds like the goal is to get a blue color to the finished print. Ilford Multigrade is known not to respond to toning well (if at all). Try that developer on a different paper (Forte tones very well) and see if you get the results you are after.
    Scott Stadler

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    As Scott said, Multigrade RC is famous for not reacting at all to different developers - and even most toners. Try a different paper. My favorites are Fortezo Museum and Bergger Vario CB, both of which respond enthusiastically.
    -- Ole Tjugen, Luddite Elitist
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