Re: Re: Homemade Potassium Oxalate

From: [email protected]
Date: 03/07/05-11:52:31 AM Z
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I have the chemical list. Can somebody give the amounts again? Thanks.

Also, suddenly my Epson 2200 has decided it will not accept Crystal Clear Ink Jet Trans anymore. One day it worked fine and the next day it did not. It won't grab ahold of it and pull it thru in a straignt line. If it does it goes in at an angle and gets trashed. Anybody has the same problem and have a fix?

By the way, Pictorico works fine. It is thicker and probably easier for the printer to grab.

Thanks in advance.

> From: Jeremy Moore <>
> Date: 2005/03/05 Sat AM 04:57:39 GMT
> To:
> Subject: Re: Homemade Potassium Oxalate
> Eric,
> Where is this chemical supply in the Dallas area?
> Jeremy Moore
> Eric Neilsen wrote:
> >Don, If you look at the chemical make up of Potassium Carbonate and Oxalic
> >Acid add the bubbles (CO2) you end up with Potassium Oxalate. This is a
> >very simple thing to do. I use kitty litter buckets to mix in but any ol'
> >bucket will do. I leave plenty of room for the bubbles. If you order the
> >chemicals from Artcraft, you'll save 1/6 the cost if you purchased Pot Ox,
> >and if you can by it direct from a chemical supply,... Potassium Oxalate
> >becomes VERY affordable.
> >
> >Have fun!
> >
> >Eric Neilsen Photography
> >4101 Commerce Street
> >Suite 9
> >Dallas, TX 75226
> >
> >
> >
Received on Mon Mar 7 11:54:07 2005

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