If you want one concentrate for all fixer, start with a colour fixer that has the right pH for colour work, over here Kodak E-6 Fixer is really cheap - http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produc...plenisher.html
Originally Posted by keyofnight
Stabilizer isn't necessary unless you want to cross-process E-6 in C-41 as a regular occurence, I'd probably recommend stabilizer then.
If you want a single wetting agent for all films (B&W + C-41), I'd probably go for Tetenal Mirasol 2000, it has fungicidal and anti-bacterial properties which is of benefit to C-41 film.
I'd pretty much would just assemble a Flexicolor/Flexicolor LORR kit.
Bleach III Replenisher (quantities may be expensive)
Otherwise you could look for smaller bleaches such as SM bleach or C-41Ra bleach, and get the bleach regenerator which would be economic.
Or mix up an EDTA bleach and get the regenerator. Also the regenerator may be a working bleach in itself (though I think the pH would somewhat low to use straight up possibly).
MSDS of regenerator lists:
15 - 20% Acetic acid (64-19-7)
5 - 10% Ammonium bromide (12124-97-9)
5 - 10% Ferric ammonium propylenediaminetetraacetic acid (111687-36-6)
1 - 5% Ammonium nitrate (6484-52-2)
Sorry to over complicate things! The other thing to do is just get one of the kits and replenish the developer if you're up for that!
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