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FA: Unopened box of Photographer's Formulary Non-hardening Fixer -- prints tone well!



 
 
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Default FA: Unopened box of Photographer's Formulary Non-hardening Fixer -- prints tone well!

This is an unopened box of Photographer's Formulary Fixer 24 for
prints. Fixer 24 is a high-capacity, fast-working, non-hardening
sodium thiosulfate fixer for paper. Without hardener, prints are
easier to wash, tone and spot. Prints are fixed in two successive
fixing baths requiring 3 to 5 minutes in each bath.

The chemicals in this kit are used to make 4 Liters of Working
Solution, which has a shelf life of 2 to 4 months. One liter fixes
about 25 8 x 10 prints.

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