Ilford Harman Warmtone Paper Developer – 1L

17,95

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Description:

HARMAN WARMTONE is a liquid concentrate developer suitable for dish/tray developing all traditional black & white darkroom papers.
With excellent keeping properties, HARMAN WARMTONE uses a dilution of 1+9 to give prints a stunning look with warmer blacks and creamy highlights that enhance the look of darkroom prints. ?
We do not recommend its use for high temperature or machine processing applications. This product is not suitable for developing films.
Key features:

Liquid concentrate paper developer

Suitable for RC and FB papers

Warm image tone

For dish/tray developing

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