Quote Originally Posted by piu58 View Post
> If the fogging isn't too bad, a bit of benzotriazole , in the developer, can help.

Or, much easier, process it in heavily used developer. It contains lots of bromide which reduces fog. If there remains some light fog in the highlights weak Farmer's reducer may help.
Thanks for the info

In the next couple of days, I am going to go back through the boxes and check again for fog and at the same time also check for contrast change. Someone in a recent post about this told how I could check for change in contrast.
It will be time well spent since I have so many boxes and packs. I think at the time I check each one, I'll tape the piece to the box so I know exactly what the paper looks like as far as texture and weight.