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    I am wanting to experiment with Amidol and Ilford MGWT, which is my mainstay paper including contact prints. Does anyone have any good formulas which might be good to try?

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    Jim,

    Thanks! That was the link I had seen once, but couldnt find again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by c6h6o3 View Post
    Would the developing time in Amidol be the same one minute that one uses for Azo and Lodima papers? Can one use the "water bath" technique that one uses with Lodima paper?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mahler_one View Post
    Would the developing time in Amidol be the same one minute that one uses for Azo and Lodima papers? Can one use the "water bath" technique that one uses with Lodima paper?

    Thanks.
    Sorry....I accessed the link and I note the 2-3 minute developing time when one uses Azo with enlarging papers.

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