Quote Originally Posted by bobwysiwyg View Post
When processing 35mm rather than mixing individual batches of Photoflow per reel/tank, I 've mixed a small Tupperware container with a lid, and seesaw the film strip through it before hanging to dry. The film is well washed.

I began thinking this may not be the most advisable method if there is some chance that there is any chance of fungal growth, etc. in the tub over time. Any comments or recommendations for or against this approach?
If you constantly use the same wetting agent, it will accumulate contaminants like chemicals from fixer and as others have said, algae. Just add a few drops to the final wash, just enough to form a few bubbles, agitate and dump. Why folk try and save a nth of a penny on wetting agent is beyond me - I bought my 1 L bottle of Ilfotol in 2007 and I'm still using it!

Cheers,
kevs