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    I realize that this post is about six years late, but I just tried this formula (on some Kodachrome that I can't bear to throw out) and it worked beautifully.

    Thanks for the formula!

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    Actually, just sodium bicarbonate works as well! Or carbonate, for that matter. It's the alkalinity.

    The posted recipe is probably optimized for large-term tank usage.

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    I've been using Borax from the supermart, and Dawn dish soap super concentrate after the fix(I process for B&W)with PK-64.
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    That Dawn is NOT a good idea Rick!

    PE

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    Hi,
    Just joined the forum so I could say thanks to you guys for keeping the 2006 thread up for so long and especially to Helen for her 'removing remjet after it's dried formula"! Haven't seen it anywhere else and I was having a bit of a remjet disaster after loading my lomo tank badly and having a load of film stick together when I did the borax + bath....lifesaver . I'm processing remaindered 16mm fujifilm colour as B&W using Caffenol. Looking good so far (but very sepia unlike true B&W caffenol)! After getting some tips on better loading, for fujifilm the borax and sodium sulphate works beautifully as a prewash. Thanks again.

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