>The liquid version means you just don't mix-in neither xantan nor glycerin? >I also take that basically one can submerge any part, not only keys and the >gel variant was created only to avoid the need for big containers with >gallons of relatively costly, corrosive liquid.. Yes, The liquid version only contains the H2O2 and the Oxi. Gel is only needed for large parts because you don't have a big container. This is the best solution because the strength of the liquid is equal on the whole surface during the whole process. It doesn't cause unwanted white patches. >Does it emit anything during the process? I mean smell, fumes, .. ? According to Retr0bright pages it doesn't emit any harmful materials. During the reaction when it works fine it forms bubbles in the liquid. These bubbles will generate foam on the liquid surface (and this foam blocks the UV light from the top thus I lightened it from the bottom). You can just smell the H2O2. Istvan Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2012-10-10 07:00:19
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