Originally Posted by Gene_Laughter
The paper is a printing paper from Zerkall. I put some liquid emulsion over it and that's it. I use the same tecnique as Emil Schildt, you should know him. In fact, I have been a student of him this year. I already contacted him, but maybe he's busy now so I submitted the question also in the forum.
With the bromoils I used to make in his school there were no problems (there were problems actually, but of a different kind) and I use almost the same ingrendients as I did there.
Perhaps the devil is in the fixer acidity and/or insufficient washing after bleach+refix stage?
Please tell me what else I could tell you to eliminate some variables.