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  1. #11

    Join Date
    Sep 2011
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    Chattanooga TN
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    I have a further question: Usually the stop bath turns a bit pink, and with a ferricyanide bleach, to ensure no carryover of developing agent to the bleach, I use a sulfite clearing bath and/or additional rinses between the stop bath and the bleach. Need I do this with the C41RA bleach? I'm thinking of turning my photography into a business, in which case environmental rules will require me to capture my wastes for later disposal - and I want to cut down on waste volumes.

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    Nov 2009
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    Capital of Oregon Territory
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    Multi Format
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    My phototherm sidekick processor goes directly from the developer to the bleach. No stop, no wash, no clearing. If you want to go an extra step, a stop and a wash is more than enough.

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