Re: platinum developer preference & horse pate'

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Date: 05/06/04-02:25:40 PM Z
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I like the combination of potassium oxalate followed by three soaks in Kodak
Hypo Clearing Agent. Works very well. Never had a problem with it in any
way on any paper. I do mostly Palladium with Na2, rather than PT/PD.

Mark Nelson

In a message dated 5/6/04 1:52:38 PM, writes:

> Hi all,
>      I intend to make a first foray into platinum/palladium gum overs, and
> was wondering which developer is preferred, or do you inveterate pt/pd
> printers have several in your darkroom?
> ammonium citrate
> potassium citrate
> sodium citrate
> sodium acetate
> potassium oxalate
> Dick Sullivan's "in a pinch" baking soda/vinegar sodium acetate
>     I will be using EDTA di plus citirc acid for clearing (a la Clay
> Harmon).
>      Being a total novice at pt/pd, I hope I am not asking a beating a dead
> horse question like gum stain (Sandy, forgive me)  :)
> Chris
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