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    ALL E6 films require Formalin at some point in the process, either in a pre-bleach or in a final stabilzer. NO modern C41 film requires Formalin in any way at any time. No MODERN C41 Stabilizer or Final Rinse can be used with E6 films if there is no pre-bleach!

    The best way to have only one solution is to use a Formalin Stabilizer for both films. And, you must be sure it contains formalin.

    The Fungicide you note in your post is one of a large family of modern "stabilzers" for films that Kodak and Fuji both use.

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    Thanks Ron.
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    Kodak created a lot of confusion by making this change in one line of products and not the other. It is due to continued R&D on C41 films, but the cessation of R&D on E6 films. This led to a branching of processes in terms of stabilization.

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