|Water at appx. 125 degrees F. ||750ml |
|Metol ||2.5g |
|Sodium Sulphite (anhydrous) ||37.5g |
|Hydroquinone ||10g |
|Sodium Carbonate (monohydrous) ||37.5g |
|Potassium Bromide ||13g |
|Water to make (68 degrees F) ||1000ml |
Some people have labeled this the "Holy Grail" of paper developers. Personally, I didn't care for it, but it does have a unique look you won't get anywhere else. Dilute 1:2 and develop prints for 3 minutes. This is a particularly good developer for Ilford Multigrade Warmtone. IMO, it made Oriental look plain nasty, and I didn't think that was possible with Oriental!