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    Quote Originally Posted by dancqu View Post
    I'd skip the borax.
    It's for those who can't live without their D-76.
    Dan
    I guess I fall into that category, I prefer D-76 to D-23.

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    I always use my D-76 fill strength, because with light use it has lasted oer 2 years (and counting). 1:1 can give you finer grain, but personally I prefer you stick to stock, the grain is not very heavy but not very fine, but can also look beautiful, if you are that kind of person .

    To make 1:1 you take an equal amount of straight diluted D:76 (stock) and mix it with an equal amount of water (ie, 1L D76 Stock + 1L H2O = 2L D76 1:1). Like all dilutions, you will need to extend the time. Most dev times are well published for D76, both stock and 1:1.

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