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    Quote Originally Posted by dancqu
    It's not a stop it's a go. Read my post. Dan
    I think you're right, and we've been answering the wrong question all along.

    What was called "stop" is properly the second half of a two-bath developer! Now that changes everything...
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    Quote Originally Posted by m_liddell
    I've recently switched developer from
    perceptol to Exactol Lux. The developer requires an alkali
    stop. This is the only alkaline stop I can find in the UK. Are
    there alternatives? Anyone use it successfully?
    Where did that come from; alkali stop. Is Exactol one of
    B. Thorton's two-bath developers?

    Alternatives; bicarbonate of soda, sodium carbonate,
    borax. A heaping teaspoon of any of the above by itself,
    or a combination, in 1/2 liter of water should do. Experiment
    some. Sulfite, preservative, may not go with that developer. Dan

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