Just been trolling through my books for info on bleaching clouds and In Tim Rudman's Master Printing Course book on page 115 came across a Ralf Steiner recipe for immersing the whole print in a 3 solution bath. Sol. A calls for 32 oz. of Sodium Thiosulphate crystals added to 16 US fl.oz. This seems an enormous amount to me and wondered if anyone out there has actually used this receipe. The other problem I have with it is that the working solution is part A = 10 fl.oz. Part B = 0.75 fl.oz Part C =0.25 fl.oz - the total solution of 11 fl oz. is not enough to soak anything in - especially 12 x 16 prints - maybe you're meant to spot bleach but it doesn't read that way - also calls for the addition of "some" cane sugar to be added to solutions A & B before adding Sol.C. but has no mention of the quantity. Seems a bit esoteric and whimsical to me but I'm clueless when it comes to chemicals. So is there anyone out there who's acutally used this bleach and if so, how well does it work?