Ilford Ilfotol Wetting Agent – 1L

18,95

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Description:

ILFORD ILFOTOL is a non-ionic wetting agent used as a final rinse before drying films. It can be used in all manual and machine processes to greatly reduce the risk of drying marks being formed.
It can also be used as a final rinse before drying fibre based prints to provide rapid, even drying. ILFOTOL is part of the ILFORD Optimum permanence sequence for fibre based papers.
Additionally, ILFOTOL can be used to clean glass and plastic lenses and filters and as an anti-static treatment.
Key features:

Non-ionic wetting agent

Aids rapid, even drying

Suitable for film and photographic paper

Good for antistatic treatment

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