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#1 posted 563 days ago

Thanks a1jim
just for safety sake for other people who wants to try this: you have to know what you are neutralizing.
if its acidic, use baking soda. if its alkaline, use vinegar.
part 2 of the two part bleach is sodium hydroxide, AKA as caustic soda, lye or drain opener… very strong alkaline so use vinegar and not soda.

I will try first the pigment as i have a very good mental picture of the effect i am trying to get and it might work well and is not caustic which is a big plus.

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