I use HC-110 diluted 1+49 and use either a 10 ml or 25 ml graduate to measure the concentrate. I use the 25 ml graduate if I am developing more than 2 rolls. The concentrate produces a flat meniscus and is very easy to measure this way. I quickly fill the graduate almost to the required mark and then pour slowly until I reach it. Try not to get any concentrate on the sides of the graduate. Then the graduate is rinsed a couple of times and the rinsings added to the dilution water.
The problem with syringes is getting to the concentrate once it is no longer near the top of the bottle. They do supply a stepped cork with some syringes but it doesn't fit the HC-110 bottle.
Last edited by Gerald C Koch; 07-07-2011 at 10:23 AM. Click to view previous post history.
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