Ilfod describes the following film washing method, which I would like to use: "After fixing, fill the spiral tank with water at the same temperature, +/- 5ºC (9ºF), as the processing solutions and invert it five times. Drain the water away and refill. Invert the tank ten times. Once more drain the water away and refill. Finally, invert the tank twenty times and drain the water away." I would like to try this method, rather than a running water method, because I have trouble keeping a constant temperature out of my tap, but I can "jug" enough water at the correct temperature to use the above described method. Two questions: 1. Is this method really adequate? I would think that if Ilford publishes it, then it is . 2. Should I, or should I not, use a hypoclear agent as well. If using this technique without a hypoclear agent is good enough, I'd be happy. (btw - using non-hardening fixer). Thanks.