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Photographers' Formulary Amber Glass Bottle with Narrow Mouth - 250ml

B&H # PHAGBNM250ML MFR # 50-0900
Photographers' Formulary Amber Glass Bottle with Narrow Mouth - 250ml

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The Photographers Formulary Amber Glass Storage Bottle features a narrow mouth. This bottle is for storing chemicals, keeping them safe from oxidization and deterioration from light.

Holds up to 250ml of solution.

UPC: 675152509000
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Package Weight 0.35 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 5.5 x 2.3 x 2.2"

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Photographers' FormularyAmber Glass Bottle with Narrow Mouth - 250ml
 
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5.0

Glass is best for your chemicals!

By Jim Richards

from Chicago

Comments about Photographers' Formulary Amber Glass Bottle with Narrow Mouth - 250ml:

These Amber glass bottles are completely air proof as well as blocking much of any light striking them from getting inside. I have used these bottles to divide my developers into sealed smaller containers and thus double or triple the life of the chemical! For example, Ilford DD-X will only keep for a month or so in its original plastic bottle once it's under 1/2-full....by sealing up individual glass bottles I've successfully kept DD-X for over a YEAR, and compared it to a brand new bottle to find that there was no discernible difference.

Currently, I use these bottles to hold Kodak HC-110 concentrate (syrup) and Ilford ID-11 stock solution. The HC-110 lasts for years in its plastic bottle so this may be overkill....but since I usually use ID-11 (same as D-76) diluted 1+3, and I don't develop more than a few rolls per week at best, I've found that keeping stock solution divided up into small glass bottles means I can simply chill the entire bottle down to 68 degrees F and pour the entire small bottle into my mixing container to create working solution....a package of ID-11 kept in a plastic (or even glass) 1-liter bottle can quickly oxidize and lose potency, potentially ruining precious negatives....

If you run small batches on the weekends like I do, or simply want to make your chemicals last significantly longer than the conservative manufacturer recommendation I highly suggest you invest in several different sizes of these very inexpensive and high quality amber glass bottles from Photographers' Formulary!

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4.0

Good Bottle

By Dmitry

from Brooklyn, NY

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