I always rinse my reels and tank right after using them, but still I have some junk building up inside the tank lid. I can't get to it to scrub it in any way I've tried. Anyone have suggestions?
Flotsam said:I know that Jobo warns against using a wetting agent like Photo-Flo in their tanks because of an eventual build-up of [gunk] on the tanks and reels that is very difficult to remove. They suggest putting the Photo-flo in it's own resealable bowl and dipping the film through it after removing it from the reels.
Ed Sukach said:One thing that works effectively (I do this periodically, just in case) is to disassemble the reel and scrub the tracks with .., a tooth brush. Hmm... I wonder ... possibly tooth paste would be a suitable mild abrasive...?
Cheryl Jacobs said:I have used photoflo in my tank, but not with the lid on! No photoflo has ever touched the lid, and that's where my problem is.
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