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    Here is what I have. Developer kit, box of 3 sets, with each set to make 5 liters C-41 developer. The part C is dark. Sry for the bad cellphoe photos.


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    This is a good photo.

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    Your link is broken.

    However, Trebla is a reputable company and their chemistry is high quality. OTOH, that stuff looks bad.

    PE

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    Today I opened a sealed bottle of the part C. This stuff is black. And it won't dissolve in 120F warm water. The content is flaky, float around, pretty much like the loose ground coffee in your coffee.

    The fixer and bleach look just fine....

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    Yes, I should have been clearer and PE is correct. The level of darkness is important but, again, if it is somewhat darker than the 'light beer' color it can still be good and I have used it that way. - David Lyga

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