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Subject: Re: Cleaning processing trays



"Lew" wrote:
>Everyone may have problems that they're not aware of...

Exactly my point. You should *not* go on such empirical
evidence as "I did it and it didn't kill me".

>"Floyd L. Davidson" wrote in message
>news:87ejz279e0.fld@apaflo.com...
>> "Lew" wrote:
>>>...best advice or not, I've never had a problem.
>>
>> That you have been aware of...
>>
>>
>>>"Floyd L. Davidson" wrote in message
>>>news:87r7327nvh.fld@apaflo.com...
>>>> "Lew" wrote:
>>>>>I agree about the look, but if they get changed around the stain seems
>>>>>to
>>>>>go
>>>>>away, eg use the developer tray for stop bath for a session or two.
>>>>
>>>> Best advice is to use coded (color, labels, whatever) trays and
>>>> *never* use them for different solutions. It is *impossible* to
>>>> avoid contamination when you go from one solution to another,
>>>> and makes no sense to try it given that there is also no
>>>> benefit.
>>>>
>>>> --
>>>> Floyd L. Davidson
>>>> Ukpeagvik (Barrow, Alaska) floyd@apaflo.com
>>
>> --
>> Floyd L. Davidson
>> Ukpeagvik (Barrow, Alaska) floyd@apaflo.com

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Floyd L. Davidson
Ukpeagvik (Barrow, Alaska) floyd@apaflo.com

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