Quote Originally Posted by RalphLambrecht View Post
Yes, two-bath fixing is shorter than one. Take your current one-bath fixing time and split it in half. Now fix sequentially for that time in two baths (where the 2nd is always fresh), and your print will have less residual thiosulfate than with the previous method, because the 2nd fix is always fresh. Consequently, you can fix for less time with two-bath fixing to get the same result.
Im not getting this perfectly. Say my normal fixing is 5 minutes with one bath fixing. I then split the time in half, 2.30 minutes. This is my new fixing time. 1.15 minutes I use in the first bath and 1.15 minutes I use in the second bath. Is this the way I should understand it?