Clayton Archival Wash (Hypo Eliminator) is a processing aid for the removal of fixer from black & white films and paper. There are two shortcomings associated with the practice of achieving archival permanence in photographic records.
The first is the difficulty associated with the effective removal of "hypo" from the film or paper. The second involves the extremely long wash times associated with reaching the contamination limits established for archival specifications
- Shortens wash times for film and fiber-base papers, and aids in stabilizing them against long term deterioration
- Dilute 1 part concentrate with 43 parts water