Thanks Avra. Now all we need is someone to find a way to use pepper to tin the finished tracks. :lol:
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Yes! I saw that. Interesting.
I have a bottle of Ferric Chloride, but I think I won't buy another and go with HCL and peroxide. With or without a pinch of salt.
As far as tinning the finished tracks, perhaps hot sauce?
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His method does not use HCL ... just vinegar, hydrogen peroxide and salt.
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Um, yes! You're right. Better watch the video again and take notes before I try it
Um, the posting says:
NEWSFLASH : Just when I thought this story was done with â€“ I just tried adding a sprinkle of salt to the (already) potent mix of Hydrogen Peroxide and Muriatic Acid â€“ Dang! It etched the whole board in under a minuteâ€¦ Wow! Definitely some kind of catalyst. Resulting solution is bright green (CuCl2?), not the usual blue.
Ignor, what's the interpretation?
I agree there is an inconsistency in his written and video versions. I am hoping the video is correct ... as in actions versus words.
Pretty cool, actually. With or without hot sauce.
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