produce in very limited quantity. Two trays make for
some real production. The first tray is used for
processing and the second a hold/soak tray.
For washing the two are used alternately; transfers
are made. Separators and prints are sandwiched for
washing. Two or three soaks with the last over night
will have them clean.
Solution volumes are kept minimal and the chemistry
is used very dilute. Processing times are prolonged
but NO stop is needed as there is no build up of
the carried forward developer. Dan