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    Chemical Supplier in New Zealand

    Hi, does anyone know where i can source a chemical supplier in from New Zealand so i can mix my own toners (thiocarbamide for a starter) and reducers, developers etc etc??

    Most of the sites ive seen posted to others responses are for the US. They wont deliver internationally, and id rather source them locally - cause its cheaper!

    thanks in advance,

    Pete.

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    Hi Pete, let me know if you find anything. I'm not sure we'll have much luck. Maybe Aus?

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    Hi. You could try a firm in Australia called Vanbar, whose website is www.vanbar.com.au

    They have a subsidiary company called Photochem, which sells many basic chemicals for phototography. I don't think the vanbar website lists all the chemicals they have, but they ask people to email them with specific requests.

    Good luck.

    Jonathan

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    Sean someone on photo.net recommended
    http://ajaxfinechem.co.nz/

    they have all sorts of stuff

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    If you don't already know him, look for Nicholas Twist. He contributes to Photo.net and rec.photo.darkroom. The last I heard from him he was at nicholas twist <nicholastwist@yahoo.co.nz>. He got some propylene glycol for one of my formulas from a farmer's or cattleman's supply.

    If you use a nickname, he prefers Jack or Jacko to Nick.
    Gadget Gainer



 

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