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    Yes, the final rinse or stabilzer is essentially Photo Flo 200 with additives.

    Treat it as if it were photo flo and use nothing after that step.

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    thanks PE =)


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    Soak two pieces of sponge with Final Rinse and squeeze them to remove most of the Final Rinse from them. Then use them to squeeze the negative coming out of the Final Rinse. Don't use just water for the sponge. It has to be the Final Rinse. Not only the film dries faster it is much cleaner too. I use to hang dry my negatives and there were always some dust on the film. Ever since I used the sponges there is hardly any dust on my negatives.

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