Re: Re: Homemade Potassium Oxalate

From: Michael Koch-Schulte ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 03/07/05-12:35:54 PM Z
Message-id: <00c401c52344$7f5ee180$b200a8c0@Sweetwood> wrote:
> 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?

Have you tried putting a stiff piece of paper or cardboard behind the CC in
the tray?

> By the way, Pictorico works fine. It is thicker and probably easier
> for the printer to grab.
> Thanks in advance.
> George
>> 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 12:36:20 2005

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