Quote Originally Posted by Andrew O'Neill View Post
Don, wouldn't it be easier to just dilute the Tween say with 1 drop to 1 drop (and more if needed) of distilled water?
Another thing I found out was that Tween needs to be mixed into the sensitizer thoroughly before coating the paper.
You do what you need to do.
With small print sizes like 4x5 and 8x10, drops are easier. It just adds a wee bit to the drying time

The Tween I've got doesn't seem to stay separated. A quick swirl in the shot glass coupled with magic brush does the trick

you'll notice two effects -- first, it will coat a lot faster. You'll brush a lot less. This is especially true with Platine. Second, after development, you'll see more even tones.