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    Quote Originally Posted by tnabbott View Post
    Preachy, but non-responsive.
    I am trained as a chemist and the darkroom can be as dangerous as any lab. Perhaps even more dangerous since those doing their own processing often have no training whatsoever. Showing someone how to be careful is far from being "preachy."
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    Let me be preachy too:

    Line up the marked stock solution bottles in the sequence they will be used with the respective beakers in front of them. Or even better, just the beakers alone, but marked then, in that sequence.

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    That's what I do. Line them up to the left of my 'processing center' (sink) and then move them to the right as they are used.

    Also, I have a habit of smelling each stage. Bleach smells like decaying apples, fixer smells like ammonia and rotten eggs (sort of) and developer usually doesn't smell like much at all (to me).

    BLIX is obvious since it's deep blood red and smells the worst.
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