----- Original Message ----- From: "Tim Daneliuk" <tundra@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "Pure-Silver Mailing List" <pure-silver@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Thursday, May 10, 2012 11:22 AMSubject: [pure-silver] Request For Chemist: Bleach - Alcohol Interaction?
I use it at about double this dilution, that is about an ounce of alcohol and about 2.5ml of Photo-Flo 200 to a liter of water. I suspect the amounts are not at all critical. I have not had any problems with residue or water spotting since using the mixture. I do not squeegee film, I just hang it up to dry. 70% rubbing alcohol works fine just avoid the kind with Oil of Wintergreen in it. Its usually colored green and well labeled. I don't think the 91% stuff ever has anything else in it.I've followed the thread about PhotoFlo with some interest over the past several days. Though I've never had any PFresidue, I realized I probably was not using enough of it and have seen some water spotting now and again. So.. I decidedto try it myself last night: 2.5ml Photo Flo 200 1/2 oz Isopropyl Alcohol 91% 500ml Distilled water And it worked fine.
-- Richard Knoppow Los Angeles WB6KBLdickburk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
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