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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.
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.
Peacock Silver Strip is a dry powder that is diluted with water to remove silver and copper from glass when re-silvering or removing silver deposits from the faces of mirrors. It is also used for "wipe out" techniques on silk-screened mirrors and for cleaning deposits on equipment. It does not have the fumes associated with other acids.