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    The Formulary stocks everything you need in one place and they are all photograde.

    Another potential source is Antec. www.kyantec.com

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    Is the clearing bath simply hypo clear? Can I substitute with perma wash?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jordan View Post
    I wouldn't say that they "somehow don't seem as dangerous" . Sodium bisulfate is a strong acid salt and both the solid and its solutions are likely to cause burns. And as PE mentions, potassium permanganate is a very strong oxidizer that needs to be handled with care.



    Reversal first developers generally have high activity and need a silver solvent to reduce fog / density in the highlights of the finished positive. If you use HC-110 as your first developer and omit the sodium carbonate and sodium thiosulfate, you'll get very muddy-looking slides, probably with low effective film speed. You're welcome to try, but I think that you'll get better results if you use the formula that I specified on that page.
    Xtol 1+1, 38c, 40min as first dev.
    Light reversal.
    C-41 developer as colour developer.
    Superia XTRA 800 as a reversal.




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