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    I've used the Legacy Pro brown toner and Rapid Fixer. It's fine. But for many of their items the price difference is, well, quite small. If that matters to you it's a fine alternative. But if price really matters on hypo clear, but a bulk jar of sodium sulfite and mix your own. You probably won't get the scum Bob does. If you do, add other ingredients per above.

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    In comment #21 Ralph os talking about 20g per liter of water, whereas Bob Carnie, in comment #23 is talking about 200g/liter. That's a 10 to 1 difference in concentration. Which one is correct? It seems to me like the 20g/liter is correct for the working solution.

    Maybe Bob's experience with the white scum is due to his using a much higher concentration.

    I know this is an old thread, but I've been researching the idea of mixing my own HCA and throwing it away after the printing session whenever I do fiber prints.

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    20 grams per liter is correct.
    It doesn't have to be very precise. Two tablespoons per liter will be just fine.

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