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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas Bertilsson View Post
    Hi Ned,

    If I print as much as 30 8x10 equivalent, there is always room for the 300 ml.
    Usually I don't print that much so for the most part I just end up topping up my gallon of working solution. There is a fair bit more chemical transfer than most people think.

    It's a very nice and economical way to print.
    Thank you very much. I misunderstood: I was thinking that you were supposed to wait until printing that much to replenish. My printing sessions rarely use more than 2 or 3 8x10 equivalents!

    Sounds like this will work:

    1) top off the working solution after each session
    2) keep an eye on it, and make sure at least 300ml of replenishment has happened for each 30 8x10 prints.

    Ned

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    Thomas and John, thank you for sharing your knowledge with us. I am reading this with great interest, as I like this developer a lot. Never used it replenished yet as I wanted to remain flexible with regards to the dilution -> image tone. However, I think 1:2 looks just beautiful with Ilford MGW and Fomabrom Var. 111, so I might give it a try...

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