Other Chemicals

  • #87 Degreaser Solution

    $33.00$295.00
    The #87 Degreaser Solution is a highly concentrated liquid cleaner and degreaser used for cleaning glass and plastic surfaces. It has been shown to remove hard to remove oils, organic residues, and fingerprints from a variety of ceramic, and plastic surfaces.
  • C-22 Wetting Agent

    $33.00$295.00
    The C-22 Wetting Agent is a concentrated solution recommended for silvering applications on hard-to-wet surfaces such as acrylics, silicone rubber, etc. This agent is usually applied prior to sensitization.
  • Copper Powder

    $38.00$208.00
    Peacock Copper Powder is a specially prepared powder made from copper metal. Use with Copper Tite Vehicle #3 in the Peacock non-electrolytic copper mirror backing process. Recommended mix: 6 pounds Copper Powder to 4 gallons Copper Tite Vehicle #3.
    This item must ship as hazmat goods and is assessed an additional hazmat fee.
  • Deionized Water

    $6.00$22.00
    Deionized water for use in dilutions for silvering and related chemical processes. When possible, deionized water should be used when silvering.
  • Hydrochloric Acid (37% Reagent-Grade): When used for stripping silver, hydrochloric acid forms a water-insoluble white precipitate that is easily removed from waste water. Proper ventilation is required by the user to handle the corrosive fumes associated with hydrochloric acid.
    This item must ship as corrosive and is assessed an additional hazmat fee.
  • Iron Powder

    $65.00$107.00
    Iron Powder for use with mirror backing and/or copper plating prior to mirror backing.
    This item must ship as hazmat goods and is assessed an additional hazmat fee.
  • M-15A Silver Paint is a thick, conductive silver paint.
  • Nitric Acid is used for dissolving silver from glass for re-silvering and titration. Proper ventilation is necessary to tackle the acid fumes when using this product.
    This item must ship as corrosive and is assessed an additional hazmat fee.
  • Peacock Silver Antiquing Compound is used to give mirrored finishes an aged, antique tarnish. To create an antique finish, first create your mirrored finish. Sprinkle the antiquing compound onto the reflective surface (when wet or dry) and then apply the mirror backing paint. As the antiquing compound reacts with the mirror coat, it will "age" the finish.
    Antiquing compound must ship as hazardous goods and is assessed an additional hazmat fee.
     
  • Sodium Hydroxide Pellets (5 Pound Bag)
    This item must ship as hazmat goods and is assessed an additional hazmat fee.
  • Stannous Chloride Crystals

    $105.00$500.00
    Stannous Chloride (Tin Chloride) Crystals
    This item must ship as hazmat goods and is assessed an additional hazmat fee.

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