Kodak Liquid Rapid Fixer Solution for Black & White Film and Paper, 1-Gallon, Part "A" & "B".

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Kodak Rapid Fixer is a two-part liquid concentrate for tray manual processing that provides rapid fixation and hardening. Kodak Rapid Fixer also serves as a replenisher to revive and extend the life of the original solution. Recommended for film and other uses where ammonium thiosulfate is an appropriate fixer.

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Does the job well. I'm too much of a novice to know any differently, but I like the results.

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David B  i have an old bottle of this product and part a seems to have some chrystalls attached to the inside. is this product still of any use? i don't remember if it was like this when i bought it new about 15 years ago. thank you. david
PATRICK H  unless the work you are doing with this stuff is totally expendable (i.e., no film, since film can't be replaced), I would NOT use it - it's not worth taking the chance. please dispose of it properly; if it is unopened, I think you can return it to Kodak for proper disposal, if they still do that (they used to). my recommendation is based on 40+ years' experience in the darkroom, which has taught me it is best to not take these sorts of chances; what you may save is far less than what you might lose...
David B  kodak wouldn't even take a question about it. i doubt if they will take it back. i'll set it out for the trash man with a note of what it is and leave it to his discretation on whether to take it or leave it. thank you for youre time david
David B  i have an old bottle of this product and part a seems to have some chrystalls attached to the inside. is this product still of any use? i don't remember if it was like this when i bought it new about 15 years ago. thank you. david
PATRICK H  unless the work you are doing with this stuff is totally expendable (i.e., no film, since film can't be replaced), I would NOT use it - it's not worth taking the chance. please dispose of it properly; if it is unopened, I think you can return it to Kodak for proper disposal, if they still do that (they used to). my recommendation is based on 40+ years' experience in the darkroom, which has taught me it is best to not take these sorts of chances; what you may save is far less than what you might lose...
David B  kodak wouldn't even take a question about it. i doubt if they will take it back. i'll set it out for the trash man with a note of what it is and leave it to his discretation on whether to take it or leave it. thank you for youre time david
Shopper  Have no directions on how to mix this. What is the ratio of water to fixer plus ratio of A to B?
PATRICK H  Part A 1:3 for film, adding 1 fl oz Part B per quart (hardener) Part A 1:7 for paper, NO Part B for RC paper, don't know about fiber-based paper, advise consulting Adams
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