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I'm looking for a "recipe" to make a good quality fixing solution using SODIUM THIOSULFATE as the base. I intend to use it primarily with "Oriental Seagull G" papers. All information is greatly appreciated. Thanks!
-- Dave Richhart (email@example.com), January 22, 2000
Dave, you might look up Kodak's formula's for fixers, I only use two types, pure hypo (sodium thiosulfate) for pyro negs and Zone VI fixer for everything else. Pat
-- pat j. krentz (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 22, 2000.
Here is the formula for TF-2. It is an alkaline fixer, which allows short wash times. Do not use a stop bath with this fixer. Use water.
Water 750ml Sodium thiosulfate 250g Sodium sulfite anhydrous 15g Sodium metaborate 10g Water to make 1 liter
-- William Marderness (email@example.com), January 22, 2000.