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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 Photo-Flo 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 Photo-Flo 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"

Kodak Photo-Flo Reviews

excellent wetting agent

By Kevin
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2023-01-15

time tested, reliable chemicals

Works great

By Ryan
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-11-10

I recently developed five rolls of T-max used Kodak Photo-flo after rinse no streaks worked great!!

Very good

By Thomas
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-09-28

Photo flo cleans up negatives really well after development.

Must have

By Andrew
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-09-24

Nice final step to prevent water spots on negatives. Definitely works, little bit goes a long way

Great

By Matt
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-09-12

Works great, never had any issues once the film dries, even though I have very hard water where I live. And one thing I wish someone had told me before buying this for the first time, even though this is less liquid than other liquid concentrate chemicals, you only need one if all it is, is just for your own use. 1:200 dilution makes it last forever. longer than the rest of your chemicals.

works as intended

By Steven
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-07-25

Stops water spots!

Must have if you process

By Luc
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-12-27

I don't care what set up you have if you process film at home you should always finish your negative with dipping it in Flo solution. It helps eliminate water marks, dust and so much more. I highly recommend One bottle will last you a while too.

Happy to see you again

By Jeffry
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-11-23

So nice to have the solution!

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Hello, I recently read that this chemical can be ...

Hello, I recently read that this chemical can be used to remove mold and fungus marks on old film before digitizing. Any help is appreciated. Thank You John
Asked by: John
Photo-Flo is used to reduced water tension allowing water to run off film without leaving spots. It also helps the film dry more evenly. I would suggest contacting Kodak directly for advise on handling and cleaning damaged film. You could also try contacting an archivist at a local museum that specializes in photography.
Answered by: Michael
Date published: 2021-09-03

question

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
Very concentrated, and if it is 1:200, that means you would add 5 ml of photo-flo to 1000 ml water or 1 liter water, if you prefer, or 2.5 ml to 500 ml water( 1/2 liter water).
Answered by: MICHAEL M.
Date published: 2020-12-30

My photoflo seems soapy do you think I need to ...

My photoflo seems soapy do you think I need to dilute it more?
Asked by: Stacey
The solution should be smooth if you follow the instructions listed on the bottle.
Answered by: Yaakov
Date published: 2022-04-26

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
I am using it to recreate the mystery formula for the no-longer available Discwasher D4 fluid. According to online vinyl gurus: To 99% distilled water, 1% Isopropyl alcohol, add a single drop of Kodak Phot-Flo (as a wetting agent). For me, it works beautifully. My use is a couple drops on a brush. Can't speak to using large amounts in a record-cleaning machine, but I wouldn't hesitate. (btw the one large drop I added was to the D4 bottle, which is 1.25 oz.)
Answered by: Mitchell
Date published: 2022-08-17

How long will this last after opening the bottle?

How long will this last after opening the bottle?
Asked by: Safwan
Very very long. Never seen one go bad
Answered by: Shelley
Date published: 2021-07-26

Is a capful = 1/200 of a gallon?

Is a capful = 1/200 of a gallon?
Asked by: Joel
The recommended dilution is 1:200. The cap size cannot be measured.
Answered by: Dan
Date published: 2022-09-19

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: 2020-12-30

question

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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