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Liquid Armor?


#1
    Removing  enamel Hi Phil, drop your piece of enamel in liquid
armor etch and wait.  It will eat away your glass and leave your
gold. Depending on the thickness of the enamel, it may take a day
or two. Lisa 

HI! Please let me know what is liquid armor? I have tried Blue Etch
but it is too thick and is also very slow. Thanks, Pat DIACCA Topp


#2

Pat, this link

http//users.netconnect.com.au/~scratch/eNAMEL_hydrofluoric_acid.html

is to an article that will run in the March issue of eNAMEL Online
Newsletter.

Rather than wait I will make it available now. There are issues of
safety to be addressed with these materials.

Al Heywood


#3
  Removing  enamel Hi Phil, drop your piece of enamel in liquid
armor etch and wait.  It will eat away your glass and leave your
gold. Depending on the thickness of the enamel, it may take a day
or two. Lisa 
    HI! Please let me know what is liquid armor?  I have tried
Blue Etch but it is too thick and is also very slow.  Thanks, Pat
DIACCA Topp 

Sorry folks, missed out the “:” in the link in the previous post.

http://users.netconnect.com.au/~scratch/eNAMEL_hydrofluoric_acid.html

is to an article that will run in the March issue of eNAMEL Online
Newsletter.

Rather than wait I will make it available now. There are issues of
safety to be addressed with these materials.

Al Heywood