Theoretically yes. In practice, with water moving all over the place mixing things up, it's just sales hype.
Originally Posted by bsdunek
Hmmmm. I spot another project for the CNC router I have at work!
Good pointer. Presents the flip side of using lots of water.
Originally Posted by jeroldharter
I concur entirely with the Fred Picker quote: " No Running
Water, No Agitation! Archival Washing Requires Time, Clean
Water, and Print Separation.
My adaptation is the alternate two tray wash using separators.
Some thing of a horizontal slot washer. Hold and soak tray
included, throughout the last over night wash the prints
are held separate using non-woven polyester sheets.
Three changes of water will do if a post fix routine
of rinse, hypo clear, rinse, hold is followed. Very
little water and no plumbing needed. Dan