Quote Originally Posted by clayne View Post
I highly doubt we're talking 500ml of glacial acetic acid because nobody ever pours 500ml of that stuff into anything, all at once, without thinking about it or measuring it.
So this sounds like 500 ml of a single small tank being poured back into a working solution fixer container before they went on to the next step which was the fixing itself.

It'll be fine.
That's it - a beginner in a shared darkroom had just finished with the stop bath part of developing, so that was diluted Kodak Stop - it's about 15ml of concentrate per liter, I think. That went into 10 liters of working strength Kodak Rapid Fix. I didn't have time to do a clearing test. Thanks for the answers, good to know it should be OK, i will tell the darkroom people.