Ilford Washaid, 1 litre. Product Description Reviews Returns Delivery Product Description Ilford Washaid is a hypo-eliminator formulatedto aid the efficient removal of the thiosulphate by-products of fixation by ion exchange. It isparticularly useful in speeding up the washing offibre based papers and is designed to be used with the optimum permanence sequences for all fibre-based papers. It can also be used to aid the rapid washing of most black and white films thereby saving both time and water.
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Put another way, it can be used to aid the rapid washing of all black and white films to save you both time and water. It is also particularly useful for speeding up the washing of fibre based papers and is designed to be used with the ILFORD optimum permanence sequences. It is particularly beneficial if a hardening fixer has been used. Add to cart Add to Wishlist. Add to Comparison. Product details Reviews. No reviews for this product at this time.
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Ilford Washaid 1L
This will help to save you both time and water. It is also particularly useful for speeding up the washing of fibre based papers. Simply put, it can be used to aid in the rapid washing of black and white films. It is also particularly useful for speeding up the washing of fibre based papers and is designed to be used with the Ilford optimum permanence sequences. That means one part Washaid to four parts water. The dilution is the same for both paper and film processing. Make sure you mix together thoroughly before use.
Ilford Washaid - 1L
Hello, I recently purchased a bottle of Ilford Wash Aid to act as a hyper cleaning agent after using the fixer. I used to use Kodak Hyper cleaning agent, but changed for the sake of convenience - I didn't have enough storage bottles at the time as the Kodak agent was originally in powder form to make the stock solution. However, the Ilford Wash Aid is in ready to use liquid form. My problem is this: I use the Ilford 4 parts water and I notice that it is over bubbling or frothing when I pour it into my two reel 35mm Jobo tank and then shake. This happens within the first 30 seconds - it is so bad that the bubbles don't allow any space for the liquid to do its job.
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