Perhaps he is accepting Ilford's statement, which seems a reasonable thing to do.
I read the Ilford instructions and could not find the particular claim and in fact it seemed to argue the opposite position. Perhaps I missed the appropriate sentence. But such an important fact would certainly be mentioned under the section on washing aids. All that Ilford claims is that a washing aid cuts the total washing time.
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