FWIW, Kodak Photoflo 200 has worked well for me for 40+ years.

I have the benefit of clean, relatively soft tap water and I measure it carefully and dilute it at about 1:250 for use.

In recent times I've added a portion of isopropyl alcohol to the diluting water, which speeds drying.

I dry the film by hanging it over a bathtub, with the shower curtain pulled. On the few days a year when the humidity here is unusually low I steam up the shower area first before hanging the film.

I never squeegee the film near the image area. I will use my Photo-flo wetted fingers to squeegee the two ends to remove excess liquid.