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photo supply fixer solution contains other chemicals in addition to sodium
thiosulfate, it should not be used as these other chemicals might cause
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On Thursday, June 5, 2014 6:02:22 AM UTC-7, joevan wrote:
Why are you using TSP in your DW? Is your detergent not cleaning properly?
If not, did you try another brand? Are you using a rinse agent?
Would appreciate hearing about TSP use; that's a new one to me.
With a good machine and a good detergent, you don't need it. With some
machines and detergents, they don't clean as well since the phosphates
wee eliminated by regulation.
I've been using Cascade Platinum and a new machine and it is perfect.
The old Cascade was not as good. I probably would have resorted tot he
On Thursday, June 5, 2014 9:23:48 AM UTC-4, Robert Macy wrote:
I suspect that it's people who go googling for something, usually a problem
they are having, find the old thread then reply to it. It's also worth
noting that this poster was using Forte. In another thread a poster here
claimed this problem was caused by people using Google groups, instead
of using a "real" client type newsreader. Yet here is is with Forte.
What I can't explain is why it's suddenly happening more frequently.
Tsp. is the abbreviation for teaspoon. That's what the ancient poster
Mike meant, not TSP.
TSP stands for trisodium phosphate, not sodium thiophosphate**. The OP
said the latter was good to remove iodine, but I'd check on that before
buying it. He might also mean pharmacist in American when he said
**Maybe someone uses STP to mean sodium thiophospate, but to remove
iodine I wouldn't use the stuff that Andy Granatelli endorses.
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