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    Hi Mustafa: I live in the US (Tennessee). I'm sorry but I'm not really in a position to supply the chemicals. However, I obtain them from artcraftchemicals.com, digitaltruth.com, and photoformulary.com. I don't know what overseas shipping would be, but each place sells in relatively small quantities.

    For sodium carbonate I have found it perfectly acceptable to use washing soda. There is also a supplier called chemistrystore.com that sells some of the more basic chemicals (borax, sodium carbonate, sodium sulfite - don't remember which are used in ECN-2 developer) in larger quantities quite inexpensively, but again, shipping may be your issue. You may find some of these chemicals available more locally.

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    I had problems sourcing Antifoggant AF-2000 when I first mixed my own ECN-2 developers. However, I got it from Kodak a while ago, but I had to buy 10 litres. It should be very stable and keep well. I might be able to send a little bit for those who really need this. PM me if interested. The developer will work at least quite well even without the antifoggant, however.

    Dry CD-3 seems to keep quite well, I have had it from 2008 or so and it's still working. It has caked up a bit. AFAIK, it should change its color and appearance when it's going bad.

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    Hi Mustafa, thanks for helping me out in this aspect.
    Hi hrst, no worries, I will contact the local chemical stores to buy what is available. As for those chemicals that not available locally, I will check out artcraftchemicals.com, digitaltruth.com, and photoformulary.com

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