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Need liver of sulphur and jewelers rouge


(1998)

Hi, I am looking for a place to purchase liver of sulphur and jeweler's rouge for some wire projects. Can anyone direct me to where I can get either of these materials?

Thanks,
Rhonda

Rhonda Mayfield
crafts, Marietta, Georgia


You can get liver of sulphur and jeweler's rouge from Amazon for consumer-scale needs if you wish. Good luck.

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Ted Mooney, P.E. RET
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Pine Beach, New Jersey


(1999)

You may purchase liver of sulphur from Hobby Lobby, or quantities from St. Louis Crafts. These are small bottles only. If you know where I can purchase quarts or gallons, I'd be interested. Thanks and good luck,

Kent Samuelson
- Austin, Texas


Kent:

It's readily available in quantities as large as you want from chemical supply houses. I think the trick to easily finding it in large quantity is to look for "sulphurated potash" instead of liver of sulphur.

Ted Mooney, finishing.com
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Ted Mooney, P.E. RET
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Pine Beach, New Jersey


(1999)

Try Rio Grande. They have just about everything you will ever need for jewelry or wire. I would love to hear form you about your wire projects. I do wire and have been for about 15 years. I am just now branching out to metal smithing and I am "GONE", i.e., I love it!

Karen Kelley
musical instruments, Cambridge, Massachusetts



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