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dilution for F-24 fixer

Discussion in 'Everything Film' started by jeffrey, May 30, 2001.

  1. jeffrey

    jeffrey Member

    Could anyone tell me the dilution for Kodak F-24 fixer, or if you do dilute it. Thanks a lot
     
  2. lakkytwang

    lakkytwang New Member

    Sorry, I've no idea. But would you know an effective way to wash negatives in heavy London water without leaving lime smears all over them?

    Lakkytwang
     
  3. Clive

    Clive Well-Known Member

    East Staffordshire water is horrendous. I have to use distilled/deionised water for the final wash with detergent, but have a ready supply from a dehumidifier - or someone else's dehumidifier if you don't have one. Sorry I don't know anything about F-24.
     
  4. Fred

    Fred Member

    Try www.google.com - then type in Kodak chemicals Processing.

    If F-24 is their sodium thiosulphate fixer/hardener the dilution is 1:2 for paper, undiluted for film.
     

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