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    Ah so I'm not suffering chemical fumes - it was added later due to changes in the final rinse. (maybe.)

    I mixed small amounts from liquids, dividing it down so fine I would mix half a pint at a time and then not until I had the three rolls (I think it was) that amount would do, which is probably why I had no problems with blix.

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    Thanks dude
    Quote Originally Posted by polyglot View Post
    I think pre-bleach now contains some of the preservative that was previously present in the final rinse, plus something to increase bleach activity. Not sure.

    A blix should be OK if the blix is mixed- and used-fresh. If the blix sits on the shelf for a while though, not so good.

    Edit: the E6 Process Manual which explains why pre-bleach is there (dye stabilisers, for lack of formaldehyde) amongst other things. Bob, this is worth reading.

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