Quote Originally Posted by analoguey View Post
Thank you for that very informative post, I shall check up on that pa-rodinal seems very interesting indeed. As does caffenol. I would first like to use regular stuff a little more though.

Btw, are there any home-grown stuff for fixers? Or would that be regular photographic chemicals only?

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The fixer used with X-ray film would work fine for photographic film, once you adjusted the dilution.

Sodium thiosulfate (formerly known as sodium hyposulfate or hypo for short) is the traditional fixer, so if you can find it in bulk that will work well.

It used to be used in some swimming pools.