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Old 11-06-2019, 07:47 PM
Josh Bernbaum Josh Bernbaum is offline
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If you have some of East Bay's regular batch to spare, why not do a test melt with it, 10 lbs. or something that's easily multipliable (is that a word?) And add the sulfur and sugar and black tin to that and see what happens. Or doesn't happen. Or how much it smells afterwards. A side note is that I've gotten some brown to amber tones on SP's oxidized batch by using quite a bit of manganese and a bit of iron. I think that's the manganese browning up on the all-sodium base which is SP.
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