Soft working warm tone paper developer from Kodak.
|Mix chemicals in order.|
|Sodium sulfite anhydrous||22.5||grams|
|Sodium carbonate monohydrate||17||grams|
|Water to make||1||liter|
Dilute 1:1 and develop for about 2 minutes. More bromide may be added if warmer tones are desired. For a softer print, dilute 1:3. To increase the warmth, add bromide up to double the amount in the formula (this may cause a slight green cast with some papers).
Similar formula as proprietary Kodak Selectol.