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  1. #11

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    I use all sorts of developers, but I always use the same fixer and wetting agents from Tetenal, with great success, period.

    Should work more than well buddy!
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  2. #12

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    Just so it is clear to OP....

    Fixers can be used to both film and paper. BUT, you must keep bottles separate. You do NOT want to use the same working solution for both for it will cross contaminate them. They can be re-used until specified number of prints or film are processed, so it makes sense to have a bottle labeled "for film" and "for paper" and keep re-using them.
    Develop, stop, fix.... wait.... where's my film?

  3. #13

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    My own personnal experience : years ago I was out of Ilford fixer so I bought Kodak's instead. At about half the capacity of the Ilford product the Kodak suddenly stopped working (= I had brown-stained unfixed negs).

    So yeah it might be better to use Ilford or Tetenal fixer (Tetenal makes the stuff for Ilford iirc...)

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