Quote Originally Posted by Jim68134
Don,

I thought I had read it in an article in Photo Techniques several years ago, but now I can't find it.
I am pretty sure it was Brett, but I may be confusing it with someone else. Perhaps Michael Smith can clarify when he gets a chance.

I have not used one and your mention of it was the only other time I have heard of the device.

I have used spottone on occaision in experiments but have yet to get consistent results. Usually I use a very dilute solution and build up the density of the area, but I have not done enough to be able to make a good estimate of the effect when printing.
Jim,

The Veronica Cass dyes are better in my estimation then the materials from Retouch Methods (makers of Spottone). Retouch had a kit several years ago that included dyes that were different then conventional Spottone. I used those dyes initially but later ordered the VC dyes after good guidance from Blansky.

I heard the other day that Spottone was out of business. I haven't verified that information but it was reported in a couple of places.