Quote Originally Posted by Gerald C Koch View Post
If the working solution was cloudy then it is beginning to sulfurize. Nothing can be done to save it and it is best to chuck it. The sulfur that is being formed will stick to film and prints and cannot be removed. Sorry
Thank you for your reply. When I saw it, I went it and looked at the bottle of fixer that has sat idle for several days now. So I have a new question. The cloudiness has settled to the bottom 25% of the jug. If I poured off the clear, what would I have? Would it be fixer, or just some unknown solution stripped of its constituant chemical, of no use at all?