Re: Liquid Emulsion on Acrylglas...

From: henk thijs ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 06/17/05-05:48:44 PM Z
Message-id: <51e4c372120d8be2adec1ace6416333e@hetnet.nl>

Op 18-jun-05 om 0:07 heeft Christina het volgende geschreven:

> Thanks for the answer.
> I found that on the archive:
>  
>     Maybe try the old recipe dating from the 'old' days of the list
>     mentioned by Klaus Pollmeier. (for sure you will find him in the
>     archives and -of course- in Judy's PF...)
>     Put half a liter Budweiser (do not take Heineken, too much water
> in
>     it :-) in a cup, wait a few hours, add something like a spoon (for
>     soup, not tea) of baking soda , add about 40ml waterglass, stirr,
>     wait some time and use this for coating. If dry , rinse under cold
>     water and let dry. Try the cyano.
>  
> It was about Cyanotype on glas.

I also use it to stick Liquid Light emulsion on aluminium sheets for
bromoil

> I understand everything in the recipe, nut what is 40ml waterglass?

look under 'Wasserglas' und you will find it in German :-) ; it is a
kalium or natrium silikat

> And what about:
>  
>     If dry , rinse under cold
>     water and let dry. Try the cyano.
>  
> So I do the coating with that, let the plate dry, and after that rinse
> under cold water and again let it dry?

yes

> Why do I have to rinse it with the cold water again after drieing?

After the first step a white 'dust' will be on the surface, thta's why:
to get rid of it.

Gruss,
Henk
Received on Fri Jun 17 17:52:41 2005

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