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    Just got my Kodak Flexicolor III Stabilizer, it says mix the 284ml bottle of stabilizer to make 19 liters of working solution, so that means the stabilizer is 1.49% of the total working solution when mixed to make 19 liters (284/19000=.0149 x 100 = 1.49%)

    So my question is can I use this one shot and mix it to order? Say I want 500ml of stabilizer to use one shot, can I mix 492.5ml of water to 7.5ml of the stabilizer?

    I ask because mixing up 19L of stabilizer when I think I need a mere 1L a month seems like a lot of working solution to store. Mixing one shot to order sounds like a elegant plan but the label says this is to be diluted then used. I suppose these kind of questions are common since this chemical was not sold with the intention of individuals using it on a small scale.

    Any thoughts?
    Last edited by zsas; 09-07-2011 at 08:02 PM. Click to view previous post history.

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    Yes, you can mix it one shot. IDK how long the partly opened bottle of concentrate will keep, but from the data at hand, it probably will keep quite well.

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