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  1. #11

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    Toning generally looks best when you let the print oxidize for a few days after printing, or use a peroxide (regular household cut-cleaner) bath after washing, then wash again.

    This will intensify the blues and make any toning you do work faster and look better than if you toned fresh prints.

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    FWIW,

    I haven't observed any difference between toning a fresh print and toning an aged one. *As long as the print is well cleared and oxidized in a weak peroxide bath afterwards.*

    As a result; I adopted the method of toning right after clearing + peroxide + rinse - without letting it dry...

    Regards,
    Loris.

    Quote Originally Posted by Christopher D. Keth View Post
    Toning generally looks best when you let the print oxidize for a few days after printing, or use a peroxide (regular household cut-cleaner) bath after washing, then wash again.

    This will intensify the blues and make any toning you do work faster and look better than if you toned fresh prints.

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