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    Museum Pearl Senior Pearl-Guide.com Pearl Expert JerseyPearl's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pearl Dreams View Post
    So, an old milk can would work.
    It might, as long as there is no rubber or plastic seal. Anything that's a poly resin or plastic will melt.

    And I should also note: if you are planning to use attack at home, be very careful using it on surfaces. I work on a metal tray. You wouldn't want to use this on a countertop or finished/painted wood surface. And best to use it outdoors, or in a garage with door open. Ideally, you'll wear respiratory protection as well. Oh, and be sure to avoid contact with your skin. I use chop sticks or metal tweezers to remove the item from the solvent.
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    Thanks for the additional info, JP.

    Aren't pearls marvellous to be able to withstand the chemicals intact?!

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