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    Quote Originally Posted by Discpad View Post
    John is dead-on: Use color film fixer you can get from any minilab supply house. You DO have minilabs in Copenhagen, don't you?

    Here in the States, Kodak Flexicolor fixer is $32.95 for a cubetainer of concentrate that makes 25 gallons: I use it for everything.

    One word of caution: C41-RA (rapid access) fixer is Very Strong, and Very Expensive... But it will work just fine for B&W & E-6 film as well.
    Yes, but the original question was:

    would anyone have a recipe for a home-made fixer, mainly based on ingredients available from the local pharmacy?

    ....Readymade (liquid) fixer is hard to come by where I live, and online ordering is not an option due to shipping costs, and/or restrictions on export of fluid chemicals.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kvistgaard View Post
    Hi,

    would anyone have a recipe for a home-made fixer, mainly based on ingredients available from the local pharmacy?

    Readymade (liquid) fixer is hard to come by where I live, and online ordering is not an option due to shipping costs, and/or restrictions on export of fluid chemicals.

    It needs to be of the non-hardening variety, to not interfere with toners.

    I hope you can help!

    Thanks
    Søren
    Hi Søren

    I live in Denmark too and I have imported a lot of fluid and dry chemicals (fixer and developers) from Germany, without any restrictions. So I think you should give online ordering, at least from the EU, a try.

    Hilsen Tom

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