Kodak Photo-Flo 200 Solution (16 oz)

BH #KOPF200P • MFR #1464510
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Kodak Photo-Flo 200 Solution (16 oz)
Key Features
  • Wetting Agent for Film Processing
  • Reduces Streaking and Water Spots
  • Promotes Faster Drying
This 16 oz bottle of Kodak Photo-Flo 200 Solution is a wetting agent used to minimize water marks or streaks during film development. It is used after the final wash when processing films to decrease the water-surface tension and promote faster, more uniform drying.
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Kodak 1464510 Overview

This 16 oz bottle of Kodak Photo-Flo 200 Solution is a wetting agent used to minimize water marks or streaks during film development. It is used after the final wash when processing films to decrease the water-surface tension and promote faster, more uniform drying.

UPC: 041771464516

Kodak 1464510 Specs

Chemistry TypeWetting Agent
Powder/LiquidLiquid
Liquid Volume1 x 16.0  fl oz / 473.2  mL
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.155 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7.9 x 2.45 x 2.35"
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Is this a concentrate that I can dilute with water? My research tells me that we trying agents are used in the range of drops per hundreds of mL rinsing water.
Asked by: Yuen To Damon
This is a concentrate. The dilution ration for it is 1 part Photo-Flo to 200 parts water.
Answered by: Daniel M.
Date published: 2019-09-18

I am using this as an additive to a phonograph ...

I am using this as an additive to a phonograph cleaning machine. This can not leave any residue behind. The recording will also be vacuum dried. Does anyone have experience here?
Asked by: Stephen
Kodak Photo Flo is not made for cleaning records. I would recommend this Ion Audio cleaner: https://bhpho.to/3d1m6xJ
Answered by: Dan
Date published: 2021-03-22

Can this be used on BW, C41, & E6 films?

Can this be used on BW, C41, & E6 films?
Asked by: Max
This product is designed for use when processing Black and White Film only.
Answered by: Joseph
Date published: 2020-05-20

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I have been soaking a photo that is stuck to glass overnight and water and the very bottom part is still stuck. Can I add photo flow to the water to help the last part come away from the glass without tearing the picture?
Asked by: Anonymous
I generally prefer photo flo as a clean up rinse for images that are old, faded, dirty or curled as well as a final rinse due to its great capacity for leaving a print literally liquid-spot clean.
Answered by: Nona
Date published: 2019-03-07

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does this expire or have a shelf life?
Asked by: Anonymous
I've older Photo-Flo and never had an issue. Works like a charm. It's like luggage, it last forever.
Answered by: PRIMO I.
Date published: 2019-06-15

question

Do you recommend mixing a quantity of photo flo and water or just using the dropper method? If mixing a quantity can it be returnied to ocntainer and be reused?
Asked by: Anonymous
Use the dropper when needed. Yes, you can add the left over photo-flo back as long as it's not mixed with anything else
Answered by: PRIMO I.
Date published: 2020-06-06
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