Quote Originally Posted by anikin View Post
* add just a bit of fotoflo to the stab.
Judging from the bubbles there is a lot of fotoflo in the stab already. Fotoflo is just the same as the wetting agents used for b&w no?

Quote Originally Posted by anikin View Post
* dilute your stabilizer, yours might be a bit too concentrated
I cut it in half already in order to get to 500 ml solution. Maybe even more then?

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* try different stab/final rinse. Kodak makes a good one
I will change to the Fuji Hunt kit *if* I pursue.

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* distilled water for the final rinse
Already the case. Well, demineralised water I use, but that should be good enough.

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* (Don't tell PE about this one) use fotoflo for the final rinse instead of stabilizer. You WILL risk shorter negative lifetime, but they will come out much cleaner for that one print/scan session you are planning to do. Definitely don't do this option if you want archival quality.
Is this 50 vs 20 years? In that case I won't mind.

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On the bright side, the stuff can be cleaned up with PEC pads and PEC negative cleaner. Be super careful since chances of scratching are very high. But please, don't try to clean the emulsion side - that one is sacred!
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I don't like squeegee, let alone cleaning.