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    Thirty minutes is more than enough. I wash for ten minutes and that's plenty. You've done nothing wrong. Tri-X does have a slight purple tint to the base material that does not wash out. That "re-fix to get the sensitizing dyes out" trick works only with TMax films. It works because most fixers have a good amount of sodium sulfite in them which is what does the job.
    Frank Schifano

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    Is that something related to Dektol? Which is a paper developer...

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    Quote Originally Posted by lonelyboy View Post
    Is that something related to Dektol? Which is a paper developer...
    Yes, you can develop negatives in Dektol..

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