Step 1: Tools and Materials
Chemicals: Kodak T-Max Developer and Fixer.
List of ingredients: Vinegar, rubbing alchohol, and water
Materials: Measuring cups, Timer, Storage Bottles (labels, charts, and mixing ratio on the bottle are very helpful), Wire, a Completely Darked out room, Binder clips, Pillows and blankets to put under door and block out light, Bottle opener, Small plastic tube from a pen, Roll of tape (for a weight), Film reels for developing (choose appropriate size for the mm of film you are using, and a Container large enough to hold the film reel and has a water tight lid
Tools: Plyers, and Scissors
Step 2: Developer
Step 3: Stop Bath
Step 4: Fixer
Step 5: Wetting Agent
Step 6: Developing Tank
The Developing Tank: is basically a plastic container with a lid. You will be agitating the fluids inside of the tank so it needs to be tight.
Agitator rod: I used a pen tube for the body. I put an eraser in the end so all of the chemicals dont get into body of it.
Step 7: Dark Room
Step 8: Now to set everything up
Now in the dark room: have your bottle opener prepared along with your roll of film. Pop of the bottom. take out the film on the spool, make sure you are not touching the surface of the film. Now cut off the end of the film for easier loading onto the reel. Put the end of the film into the reel and start winding it on. Here is a helpful video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CY7OeJmwnJ0&feature=related .