Try 1/8 to 1/4 teaspoon of Kodak Rapid Selenium toner per 500 mls of water.
Works well, as Richard said, it's not as good as borax/gold, but it does
t 10:55 PM 3/11/98 -0800, you wrote:
> It seems strange to me that POP has become so unknown. When I was a kid
>it was sold in small packages as a novelty. The first negatives I printed
>were on POP, all you needed was a frame of some sort.
> Of course, the images were not permanent, I had no idea that they could
>be fixed then. I am glad to see it back.
> BTW, I understand that toning can done satisfactorily with Kodak Rapid
>Selenium Toner. Has anyone actually done this? The results are supposedly
>inferior to Gold toning but acceptable and its much cheaper. If it works,
>it would be of interest to those who want to explore POP without investing
>in the Gold Chloride.