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    How about PU, Photo Upstart.

    Don't laugh, I gave it a lot of thought! JK of course.

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    Haaaaaaaaaaaaaa.............hahahahaha!

    Good one!
    Develop, stop, fix.... wait.... where's my film?

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    fotospeed in the uk sell a hardener. ive never used it before so cant vouch for it but ive used a lot of their other products and have always been quite happy with them

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    Quote Originally Posted by tkamiya View Post
    Haaaaaaaaaaaaaa.............hahahahaha!

    Good one!
    I've changed PU to Photo Understudy! Much more dignified, friendly and to the point.

    PE

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    I have read old threads here which state that a print does not need to be refixed (w/ or w/o hardener) after the Kodak Sepia toners. If I remember correctly, Dr. Rudman confirmed the same.

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