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    I've been using the Revere Platinum....for um...platinum and it's a stunning paper. It's so good, in fact, that I want to buy a whole roll meself. It prints well with other processes too
    K.S. Klain

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    Stonehenge did not work for me for gum or pt/pd, so I don't know if it would be good for ziatypes (aprocess i've yet to try).
    Sly, a good soaking in a 1% solution of sulfamic acid will sort it (some people use 10%, but not necessary with Rising Stonehenge). I used to be able to print with no problems on Rising Stonehenge, but it looks like they changed something in the paper, probably the sizing. I was going to give up when I saw a thread here somewhere talking about the use of Sulfamic Acid. Sulfamic acid (tile cleaner) can be bought at a hardware store. It also increased printing speed and Dmax.

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    I already use citric acid as a clearing bath for my Ziatype process. So I soak the paper in a 1% or 10% solution then hang up to dry? I've also heard soaking the paper in gelatin will increase D max with salt printing.
    "Photography, like surfing, is an infinite process, a constantly evolving exploration of life."
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