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    For pouring liquid out of an awkward tray, try pouring into a wide bucket, and from the bucket into storage bottles or whatever.

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    When using my 16x20 cat litter trays I keep an 8x10 tray handy for emptying into, and then I can decant from that to bottles.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rjas
    I'll post up how they work once I try them out
    with the single tray processing method.
    I use the single tray method. With minimal
    solution volumes and more than the usual dilutions
    all chemistry goes down the drain after one use.

    A second tray is needed for holding. The two
    trays are used for the alternate trays washing
    method. Dan

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    Quote Originally Posted by rjas
    I need just one 16x20 tray, and I don't really want to spend $30 for a piece of plastic. Does anyone have any suggestions on something that works well as a developing tray?
    rjas,

    Freestyle sells 16x20 photo trays for about $13 apiece. Add the cost of shipping, and you still end up with a photo tray that is still way under the $30 limit.

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    I second the use of restaurant bus tubs. Mine have served for 20 years. Heavy polyethylene, chemically neutral, deep, easy to clean. Find them at any restaurant supply store.

    (In a pinch they can be filled with ice and your favorite beverages for impromptu party situations . . .)

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    I picked up some of my 16x20's from b&h for about $13 each. The only thing is the ridges pop up towards the print, not down the the patterson's. I don't use them for developing and they aren't as rigid as patterson's but they are slightly larger.
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