Quote Originally Posted by Christopher Walrath View Post
I fix for 1.5m and wash a lot longer than one minute. More like 10-15. Might be overkill but the water runs through my tray and there are generally two prints in the tray at a time and I cycle them through as I print.

Overwashing is an issue with RC. Small amounts of fixer are actually extending the life expectancy of the print. Also, the edges of the print start to peel from the base after 8-10 minutes. I would not wash an RC print longer than 4-5 minutes. If you want a longer print life, tone it!