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    I'll try and get some Sodium Bisulphate, though It could be difficult in reasonable quantities where I live. I'm scared of the acid, a dropped a bit onto a wooden bench and the wood turned black from charring.

    Never thought to use a Selenium toning bath, will look into this as a way of possibly rescuing some thin negatives. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Douglas View Post
    I have two suggestions that may help. I use battery acid, which is very pure. It is about 1/3 the strength of concentrated, so I use three times as much. You can buy it at your local battery store. Also, I found pushing plus-x pan two stops gives the best density in the slide, so I expose at asa 500. Good luck!
    This isn't very helpful since plus-x has been discontinued for a while now.


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