Quote Originally Posted by Gerald C Koch View Post
Don't know what you mean by this statement. The film is already washed and needs to sit in the stabilizer bath for the recommended length of time. The stabilizer bath must be the last step in the process and the film dried after it. The film should not be wet aftyer the stabilizer bath.

For your problem use a soft lint free cloth moistened with 70% isopropyl alcohol and gently wipe the base (non-emulsion side) of the film to remove any residue. In the future use a soft sponge moistened with water and squeezed as dry as possible to wipe off any stabilizer on the film before drying.
Ok, I'll give this a try on the next run.