I echo what PE said. Maybe your developer is not contaminated by blix but when the print is INTRODUCED into the blix there might be some developer left on it. Color chemicals are very unforgiving. And, also from PE: watch your safelight as color paper is amazingly sensitive to, especially, the red spectrum. Those trained in B&W have to learn new, much more disciplined, rules.
Edward S: provide an area of the print that received NO exposure, like the area provided by a (held down firmly) coin. If you do not do that we might be inclined to think that you merely filtered incorrectly. The unexposed base tells the whole story. - David Lyga
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