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    Thanks again for the further posts.

    I appreciate the storage tips (plus the soda bottles could be discarded and replaced easily enough when necessary).

    Also, I am leaning toward one shot developing - I think it does make the most sense when doing a small volume of processing.

    I appreciate all the advice - and I think it will help me improve my system greatly (I'm even giving a bit of thought of going to FP4+ or Delta as a main film, and using one of the Ilford developers in one shot).

    I'm working slowly and, considering as much as possible - as I want to try to set it up right the first time.
    John Molligo
    jmolligo@gmail.com

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    Get Serious!

    Quote Originally Posted by Christopher Walrath View Post
    My $0.02. Unless you have a huge volume of film you plan
    on processing, I would one-shot your chemistry. Takes up
    WAY less space. 'Course, I'm operating within about 23
    square feet. Talk about economy.
    I got serious about saving space; single tray processing,
    one-shot chemistry, AND all chemistry Home Brew.
    Nothing left but the Wide Open Spaces.

    For good milage the chemistry is used at more than
    the usual dilution. Dan

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