I've been going through a pile of stuff I acquired from a camera store that closed last October. Unfortunately, I have several small piles throughout the house, so I keep rediscovering what I'd purchased. It was all inexpensive, so if something isn't good, I didn't really waste much money.
I have an unopened cube of Kodak Ektaflo Type 1. I've no idea how old it is and cannot find much information on the web. When the time comes to print, I'm pretty sure I can test it well enough to know if it should be dumped (and I have fresh Kodak Dektol and Ilford Multigrade as well, so I won't be in a bad spot).
In the unlikely event it is usable, can anyone tell me anything about it such as dilution, characteristics, et cetera?
Typos annoy me, can I edit the thread title?