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    Quote Originally Posted by cliveh View Post
    I take your point, but would say plastic is a safer material than glass, as it is more likely to bounce than smash.
    Plastic can break although a lot less likely. I have not dropped a bottle of anything or broke a bottle from an accident in 50 years. Just lucky I guess.
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    Go to your local brewers supplies store. i got a box of 24 1ltr plastic bottles for £10.

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    If you can find a laboratory supplier online, or someone with access to one, brown glass bottles (known as 'Winchesters', at least in the UK) are surprisingly cheap and last a lifetime, as someone already said. You are more likely to break your foot than the bottle if you drop one. I replace airseals in the lids every time I put new chemicals in - I cut these from the silvered plastic tabs used to seal milk containers.

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    Those plastic brown 32oz Hydrogen Peroxide bottles have served me well. The bottles with Hydrogen Peroxide may cost less than the same style bottle at a photo supplier. For 1 gallon size plastic bottles I have used empty windshield washer fluid bottles. The wall thickness of those bottles (jugs) is extra thick.

    I would not recommend the 1 gallon plastic milk jugs. The jugs I tried are very thin-walled. I had one develop a pinhole. I found a big mess days later.
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    Storing toxic chemicals in soda or juice bottles or any other food container is NOT a good idea.

    Small children finding them easily could be poisoned. Personally, I wouldn't want to have to explain how it happened.

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    I've always heard that Boston Rounds were popular for storing photo chemicals. I use an assortment of lab bottles and square Fiji water bottles, well-marked of course.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirius Glass View Post
    I have however started developing film with PhotoFlo.
    I prefer starting with fixer myself.n
    WYSIWYG - At least that's my goal.

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