Quote Originally Posted by Kerik

Just a quick suggestion. If you have a paper that you like to print with, but it's too white for you, you can turn it into a warmer paper by tea-staining the finished print. I happen to like the color that Celestial Season's Earl Gray gives. Use very weak tea. One tea bag in 1 or 2 liters of water. Soak for a few minutes with some agitation followed by a final wash. Works great and makes your darkroom smell good, too. I don't suggest tea staining prior to printing because that caused fogging with some papers I tried.



Thanks for the information, one can never have too many 'trick' to try and tune materials. Where on earth did you find this...or is one of the 'wonder what this would do' lessons..either way, thanks.