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    Yes, it can be reused. There is a capacity figure on the Kodak web site.

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    The Kodak stuff worked perfectly. I got this: http://www.adorama.com/KKFCSRG.html. It does not say "stabilizer" on the bottle (despite the Adorama description), rather "final rinse/replenisher" . Is it the same thing, and can it be used by itself without any additional stabilizer product?

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    Kodak had 2 products. The stabilizer was for products before about 2000 and the final rinse for products after about that date. I don't remember the exact cutoff. You can use Stabilizer for all products, but the Final Rinse can only be used with products after that date. If you use it with earlier products, they are subject to greater fade during keeping.

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    What about using it on fresh Fuji Superia and pro films?

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    Current Fuji films and Kodak films work with each other's final rinse or stabilzer. Older films from both companies will not work with current final rinses from either company and give the best result.

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    Great! Thanks.

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    May be try some film cleaner and Kim Wipes. You could also try to soak it in Photoflo. If you live in an area that has hard water, use distilled water to mix your photo flow.

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    Thanks. Rewashing in the Kodak final rinse took care of it pretty easily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mainecoonmaniac View Post
    May be try some film cleaner and Kim Wipes. You could also try to soak it in Photoflo. If you live in an area that has hard water, use distilled water to mix your photo flow.
    Using plain Photo Flo will adversely affect image stability.

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