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    Quote Originally Posted by 2F/2F View Post
    a fridge full of old paper ... I am looking to clear the fog a bit.
    I have had luck clearing fog with a very short 5 second dip in 1/4 strength Farmer's reducer. There was no effect on highlight detail, or none that I could see. Neither benz nor bromide were able to do anything to remove the fog from this particular paper.

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    PQ Universal was always my main print developer and it gives fairly neutral tones, it's an excellent developer. Multigrade is fairly similar but slightly warmer working with some papers.

    Now I no longer have a commercial darkroom my work-flow has dropped and I just make up whatever developer I require, which is usually warm-tone so ID-78.

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