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Old Sep 20, 2009, 04:08 AM
Andrew Bishop
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molding sand suggestions for suppliers

I need some molding sand as I find I need to csat a handle in aluminum
I normally just cast solid shapes then machine to what ever I need
but this time its not possible and as this is a job for SWMBO Ive
managed to lose my john winter book so have no idea of cost .Now I
know I can make green sand but don't fancy the hard work
does anyone have recommendations I,m on the essex suffolk boarder if
any one knows of any foundry local
I would rather oil bonded if possible

Thanks Andrew
Old Sep 20, 2009, 05:27 AM
Peter Neill
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Re: molding sand suggestions for suppliers

On Sun, 20 Sep 2009 02:08:04 -0700 (PDT), Andrew Bishop
<andrew@andrewbishop66.plus.com> wrote:

>I need some molding sand as I find I need to csat a handle in aluminum
>I normally just cast solid shapes then machine to what ever I need
>but this time its not possible and as this is a job for SWMBO Ive
>managed to lose my john winter book so have no idea of cost .Now I
>know I can make green sand but don't fancy the hard work
>does anyone have recommendations I,m on the essex suffolk boarder if
>any one knows of any foundry local
>I would rather oil bonded if possible
>
>Thanks Andrew



You could try Hadleigh Castings Andrew
http://www.hadleighcastings.com/

Peter
Old Sep 20, 2009, 01:03 PM
englishfoundryman
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Re: molding sand suggestions for suppliers

On 20 Sep, 11:27, Peter Neill <panuno95-uk...@yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> On Sun, 20 Sep 2009 02:08:04 -0700 (PDT), Andrew Bishop
>
> <and...@andrewbishop66.plus.com> wrote:
> >I need some molding sand as I find I need to csat a handle in aluminum
> >I normally just cast solid shapes then machine to what ever I need
> >but =A0this time its not possible and as this is a job for SWMBO Ive
> >managed to lose my john winter book so have no idea of cost .Now I
> >know I can make green sand but don't fancy the hard work
> >does anyone have recommendations I,m on the essex suffolk boarder if
> >any one knows of any foundry local
> >I would rather oil bonded if possible

>
> >Thanks Andrew

>
> You could try Hadleigh Castings Andrewhttp://www.hadleighcastings.com/
>
> Peter


Hi Andrew,

In addition to Hadleigh you might consider Finch Seaman at Braintree
their web site is http://www.fsegroup.co.uk/

I think you mean cold setting resin binded which uses a liquid resin
and catalyst system analagous to the ubiquitous araldite although
quite different chemistry. the old stoved Linseed "Oil Sand" is
practically unused these days.

If you do indeed fancy having a go yourself John Winter supply a super
service and their web site is http://www.johnwinter.co.uk/

Good luck - regrettably we only cast iron and bronze in our foundry.

Keith
Old Sep 20, 2009, 01:52 PM
Andrew Mawson
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Re: molding sand suggestions for suppliers


"englishfoundryman" <keith.shephard@shephardassociates.co.uk> wrote in
message
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On 20 Sep, 11:27, Peter Neill <panuno95-uk...@yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> On Sun, 20 Sep 2009 02:08:04 -0700 (PDT), Andrew Bishop
>
> <and...@andrewbishop66.plus.com> wrote:
> >I need some molding sand as I find I need to csat a handle in

aluminum
> >I normally just cast solid shapes then machine to what ever I need
> >but this time its not possible and as this is a job for SWMBO Ive
> >managed to lose my john winter book so have no idea of cost .Now I
> >know I can make green sand but don't fancy the hard work
> >does anyone have recommendations I,m on the essex suffolk boarder

if
> >any one knows of any foundry local
> >I would rather oil bonded if possible

>
> >Thanks Andrew

>
> You could try Hadleigh Castings

Andrewhttp://www.hadleighcastings.com/
>
> Peter


Hi Andrew,

In addition to Hadleigh you might consider Finch Seaman at Braintree
their web site is http://www.fsegroup.co.uk/

I think you mean cold setting resin binded which uses a liquid resin
and catalyst system analagous to the ubiquitous araldite although
quite different chemistry. the old stoved Linseed "Oil Sand" is
practically unused these days.

If you do indeed fancy having a go yourself John Winter supply a super
service and their web site is http://www.johnwinter.co.uk/

Good luck - regrettably we only cast iron and bronze in our foundry.

Keith

Andrew,
You could use sodium silicate mixed sand which is set by passing CO2
thnrough it - very simple. Buy dry bagged silver sand from a builders
merchant - mix in about 3% sodium silicate by weight, ram and gas
simply by inverting a funnel over the mould and releasing your pub gas
into the funnel via a rubber tube. I can let you have some sodium
silicate (waterglass) if you don't have a local source)

AWEM

Old Sep 20, 2009, 04:33 PM
Mark Rand
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Re: molding sand suggestions for suppliers

On Sun, 20 Sep 2009 11:03:20 -0700 (PDT), englishfoundryman
<keith.shephard@shephardassociates.co.uk> wrote:

>On 20 Sep, 11:27, Peter Neill <panuno95-uk...@yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
>> On Sun, 20 Sep 2009 02:08:04 -0700 (PDT), Andrew Bishop
>>
>> <and...@andrewbishop66.plus.com> wrote:
>> >I need some molding sand as I find I need to csat a handle in aluminum
>> >I normally just cast solid shapes then machine to what ever I need
>> >but  this time its not possible and as this is a job for SWMBO Ive
>> >managed to lose my john winter book so have no idea of cost .Now I
>> >know I can make green sand but don't fancy the hard work
>> >does anyone have recommendations I,m on the essex suffolk boarder if
>> >any one knows of any foundry local
>> >I would rather oil bonded if possible

>>
>> >Thanks Andrew

>>
>> You could try Hadleigh Castings Andrewhttp://www.hadleighcastings.com/
>>
>> Peter

>
>Hi Andrew,
>
>In addition to Hadleigh you might consider Finch Seaman at Braintree
>their web site is http://www.fsegroup.co.uk/
>
>I think you mean cold setting resin binded which uses a liquid resin
>and catalyst system analagous to the ubiquitous araldite although
>quite different chemistry. the old stoved Linseed "Oil Sand" is
>practically unused these days.
>
>If you do indeed fancy having a go yourself John Winter supply a super
>service and their web site is http://www.johnwinter.co.uk/
>
>Good luck - regrettably we only cast iron and bronze in our foundry.
>
>Keith



Nah. He meant oil bonded sand (eg Petrobond or similar)

:-)


Mark Rand
RTFM
Old Sep 21, 2009, 03:49 PM
Andrew Bishop
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Re: molding sand suggestions for suppliers

On Sep 20, 7:52=A0pm, "Andrew Mawson"
<andrew@no_spam_please_mawson.org.uk> wrote:
> "englishfoundryman" <keith.sheph...@shephardassociates.co.uk> wrote in
> messagenews:052c5145-bf0d-4c38-a2e9-b89f44bdea97@p15g2000vbl.googlegroups=

..com...
> On 20 Sep, 11:27, Peter Neill <panuno95-uk...@yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
>
> > On Sun, 20 Sep 2009 02:08:04 -0700 (PDT), Andrew Bishop

>
> > <and...@andrewbishop66.plus.com> wrote:
> > >I need some molding sand as I find I need to csat a handle in

> aluminum
> > >I normally just cast solid shapes then machine to what ever I need
> > >but this time its not possible and as this is a job for SWMBO Ive
> > >managed to lose my john winter book so have no idea of cost .Now I
> > >know I can make green sand but don't fancy the hard work
> > >does anyone have recommendations I,m on the essex suffolk boarder

> if
> > >any one knows of any foundry local
> > >I would rather oil bonded if possible

>
> > >Thanks Andrew

>
> > You could try Hadleigh Castings

>
> Andrewhttp://www.hadleighcastings.com/
>
>
>
> > Peter

>
> Hi Andrew,
>
> In addition to Hadleigh you might consider Finch Seaman at Braintree
> their web site ishttp://www.fsegroup.co.uk/
>
> I think you mean cold setting resin binded which uses a liquid resin
> and catalyst system analagous to the ubiquitous araldite although
> quite different chemistry. the old stoved Linseed "Oil Sand" is
> practically unused these days.
>
> If you do indeed fancy having a go yourself John Winter supply a super
> service and their web site ishttp://www.johnwinter.co.uk/
>
> Good luck - regrettably we only cast iron and bronze in our foundry.
>
> Keith
>
> Andrew,
> You could use sodium silicate mixed sand which is set by passing CO2
> thnrough it - very simple. Buy dry bagged silver sand from a builders
> merchant - mix in about 3% sodium silicate by weight, ram and gas
> simply by inverting a funnel over the mould and releasing your pub gas
> into the funnel via a rubber tube. I can let you have some sodium
> silicate (waterglass) if you don't have a local source)
>
> AWEM


That would be the ideal I had my hand reproduced in ali using this
method and the detail was good when i enquired about buying some it
was only in large barrels if I could purchase some of you that would
be perfect or if you know of a suppler who sells small amounts as i
understand it has a shelf life .

Thanks Andrew
Old Sep 21, 2009, 04:46 PM
Andrew Mawson
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Re: molding sand suggestions for suppliers


"Andrew Bishop" <andrew@andrewbishop66.plus.com> wrote in message
news:9a38f148-d6fa-4589-ab4f-7f64d97c87a3@d34g2000vbm.googlegroups.com...
On Sep 20, 7:52 pm, "Andrew Mawson"
<andrew@no_spam_please_mawson.org.uk> wrote:
> "englishfoundryman" <keith.sheph...@shephardassociates.co.uk> wrote

in
>

messagenews:052c5145-bf0d-4c38-a2e9-b89f44bdea97@p15g2000vbl.googlegro
ups.com...
> On 20 Sep, 11:27, Peter Neill <panuno95-uk...@yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
>
> > On Sun, 20 Sep 2009 02:08:04 -0700 (PDT), Andrew Bishop

>
> > <and...@andrewbishop66.plus.com> wrote:
> > >I need some molding sand as I find I need to csat a handle in

> aluminum
> > >I normally just cast solid shapes then machine to what ever I

need
> > >but this time its not possible and as this is a job for SWMBO Ive
> > >managed to lose my john winter book so have no idea of cost .Now

I
> > >know I can make green sand but don't fancy the hard work
> > >does anyone have recommendations I,m on the essex suffolk boarder

> if
> > >any one knows of any foundry local
> > >I would rather oil bonded if possible

>
> > >Thanks Andrew

>
> > You could try Hadleigh Castings

>
> Andrewhttp://www.hadleighcastings.com/
>
>
>
> > Peter

>
> Hi Andrew,
>
> In addition to Hadleigh you might consider Finch Seaman at Braintree
> their web site ishttp://www.fsegroup.co.uk/
>
> I think you mean cold setting resin binded which uses a liquid resin
> and catalyst system analagous to the ubiquitous araldite although
> quite different chemistry. the old stoved Linseed "Oil Sand" is
> practically unused these days.
>
> If you do indeed fancy having a go yourself John Winter supply a

super
> service and their web site ishttp://www.johnwinter.co.uk/
>
> Good luck - regrettably we only cast iron and bronze in our foundry.
>
> Keith
>
> Andrew,
> You could use sodium silicate mixed sand which is set by passing CO2
> thnrough it - very simple. Buy dry bagged silver sand from a

builders
> merchant - mix in about 3% sodium silicate by weight, ram and gas
> simply by inverting a funnel over the mould and releasing your pub

gas
> into the funnel via a rubber tube. I can let you have some sodium
> silicate (waterglass) if you don't have a local source)
>
> AWEM


That would be the ideal I had my hand reproduced in ali using this
method and the detail was good when i enquired about buying some it
was only in large barrels if I could purchase some of you that would
be perfect or if you know of a suppler who sells small amounts as i
understand it has a shelf life .

Thanks Andrew

Yes it probably does have a theoretical shelf life, but I have a drum
I've used for years and it was ok when I last used it <G>

Send me your snail mail address by email (despam my address) and I'll
post you a litre (or whatever bottle I can find) and you can refund
whatever the postage is.

Regards,

AWEM

Old Sep 24, 2009, 11:57 AM
Steve
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Re: molding sand suggestions for suppliers


"Andrew Mawson" <andrew@no_spam_please_mawson.org.uk> wrote in message
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>
> "Andrew Bishop" <andrew@andrewbishop66.plus.com> wrote in message
> news:9a38f148-d6fa-4589-ab4f-7f64d97c87a3@d34g2000vbm.googlegroups.com...
> On Sep 20, 7:52 pm, "Andrew Mawson"
> <andrew@no_spam_please_mawson.org.uk> wrote:
>> "englishfoundryman" <keith.sheph...@shephardassociates.co.uk> wrote

> in
>>

> messagenews:052c5145-bf0d-4c38-a2e9-b89f44bdea97@p15g2000vbl.googlegro
> ups.com...
>> On 20 Sep, 11:27, Peter Neill <panuno95-uk...@yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
>>
>> > On Sun, 20 Sep 2009 02:08:04 -0700 (PDT), Andrew Bishop

>>
>> > <and...@andrewbishop66.plus.com> wrote:
>> > >I need some molding sand as I find I need to csat a handle in

>> aluminum
>> > >I normally just cast solid shapes then machine to what ever I

> need
>> > >but this time its not possible and as this is a job for SWMBO Ive
>> > >managed to lose my john winter book so have no idea of cost .Now

> I
>> > >know I can make green sand but don't fancy the hard work
>> > >does anyone have recommendations I,m on the essex suffolk boarder

>> if
>> > >any one knows of any foundry local
>> > >I would rather oil bonded if possible

>>
>> > >Thanks Andrew

>>
>> > You could try Hadleigh Castings

>>
>> Andrewhttp://www.hadleighcastings.com/
>>
>>
>>
>> > Peter

>>
>> Hi Andrew,
>>
>> In addition to Hadleigh you might consider Finch Seaman at Braintree
>> their web site ishttp://www.fsegroup.co.uk/
>>
>> I think you mean cold setting resin binded which uses a liquid resin
>> and catalyst system analagous to the ubiquitous araldite although
>> quite different chemistry. the old stoved Linseed "Oil Sand" is
>> practically unused these days.
>>
>> If you do indeed fancy having a go yourself John Winter supply a

> super
>> service and their web site ishttp://www.johnwinter.co.uk/
>>
>> Good luck - regrettably we only cast iron and bronze in our foundry.
>>
>> Keith
>>
>> Andrew,
>> You could use sodium silicate mixed sand which is set by passing CO2
>> thnrough it - very simple. Buy dry bagged silver sand from a

> builders
>> merchant - mix in about 3% sodium silicate by weight, ram and gas
>> simply by inverting a funnel over the mould and releasing your pub

> gas
>> into the funnel via a rubber tube. I can let you have some sodium
>> silicate (waterglass) if you don't have a local source)
>>
>> AWEM

>
> That would be the ideal I had my hand reproduced in ali using this
> method and the detail was good when i enquired about buying some it
> was only in large barrels if I could purchase some of you that would
> be perfect or if you know of a suppler who sells small amounts as i
> understand it has a shelf life .
>
> Thanks Andrew
>
> Yes it probably does have a theoretical shelf life, but I have a drum
> I've used for years and it was ok when I last used it <G>
>
> Send me your snail mail address by email (despam my address) and I'll
> post you a litre (or whatever bottle I can find) and you can refund
> whatever the postage is.
>
> Regards,
>
> AWEM
>

Andrew,

Is it "dry" sodium silicate you use or the runny stuff for doing strange
things with eggs?

TIA

Old Sep 25, 2009, 11:17 AM
Andrew Mawson
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Re: molding sand suggestions for suppliers


"Steve" <steve.withnell@btinternet.com> wrote in message
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>
> "Andrew Mawson" <andrew@no_spam_please_mawson.org.uk> wrote in

message
> news:PZmdnX219YvRaSrXnZ2dnUVZ8mSdnZ2d@bt.com...
> >
> > "Andrew Bishop" <andrew@andrewbishop66.plus.com> wrote in message
> >

news:9a38f148-d6fa-4589-ab4f-7f64d97c87a3@d34g2000vbm.googlegroups.com...
> > On Sep 20, 7:52 pm, "Andrew Mawson"
> > <andrew@no_spam_please_mawson.org.uk> wrote:
> >> "englishfoundryman" <keith.sheph...@shephardassociates.co.uk>

wrote
> > in
> >>

> >

messagenews:052c5145-bf0d-4c38-a2e9-b89f44bdea97@p15g2000vbl.googlegro
> > ups.com...
> >> On 20 Sep, 11:27, Peter Neill <panuno95-uk...@yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> >>
> >> > On Sun, 20 Sep 2009 02:08:04 -0700 (PDT), Andrew Bishop
> >>
> >> > <and...@andrewbishop66.plus.com> wrote:
> >> > >I need some molding sand as I find I need to csat a handle in
> >> aluminum
> >> > >I normally just cast solid shapes then machine to what ever I

> > need
> >> > >but this time its not possible and as this is a job for SWMBO

Ive
> >> > >managed to lose my john winter book so have no idea of cost

..Now
> > I
> >> > >know I can make green sand but don't fancy the hard work
> >> > >does anyone have recommendations I,m on the essex suffolk

boarder
> >> if
> >> > >any one knows of any foundry local
> >> > >I would rather oil bonded if possible
> >>
> >> > >Thanks Andrew
> >>
> >> > You could try Hadleigh Castings
> >>
> >> Andrewhttp://www.hadleighcastings.com/
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >> > Peter
> >>
> >> Hi Andrew,
> >>
> >> In addition to Hadleigh you might consider Finch Seaman at

Braintree
> >> their web site ishttp://www.fsegroup.co.uk/
> >>
> >> I think you mean cold setting resin binded which uses a liquid

resin
> >> and catalyst system analagous to the ubiquitous araldite although
> >> quite different chemistry. the old stoved Linseed "Oil Sand" is
> >> practically unused these days.
> >>
> >> If you do indeed fancy having a go yourself John Winter supply a

> > super
> >> service and their web site ishttp://www.johnwinter.co.uk/
> >>
> >> Good luck - regrettably we only cast iron and bronze in our

foundry.
> >>
> >> Keith
> >>
> >> Andrew,
> >> You could use sodium silicate mixed sand which is set by passing

CO2
> >> thnrough it - very simple. Buy dry bagged silver sand from a

> > builders
> >> merchant - mix in about 3% sodium silicate by weight, ram and gas
> >> simply by inverting a funnel over the mould and releasing your

pub
> > gas
> >> into the funnel via a rubber tube. I can let you have some sodium
> >> silicate (waterglass) if you don't have a local source)
> >>
> >> AWEM

> >
> > That would be the ideal I had my hand reproduced in ali using this
> > method and the detail was good when i enquired about buying some

it
> > was only in large barrels if I could purchase some of you that

would
> > be perfect or if you know of a suppler who sells small amounts as

i
> > understand it has a shelf life .
> >
> > Thanks Andrew
> >
> > Yes it probably does have a theoretical shelf life, but I have a

drum
> > I've used for years and it was ok when I last used it <G>
> >
> > Send me your snail mail address by email (despam my address) and

I'll
> > post you a litre (or whatever bottle I can find) and you can

refund
> > whatever the postage is.
> >
> > Regards,
> >
> > AWEM
> >

> Andrew,
>
> Is it "dry" sodium silicate you use or the runny stuff for doing

strange
> things with eggs?
>
> TIA
>


The later - it's a syrupy liquid

AWEM

Old Sep 25, 2009, 12:21 PM
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> "Steve" <steve.withnell@btinternet.com> wrote in message
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>>
>> "Andrew Mawson" <andrew@no_spam_please_mawson.org.uk> wrote in

> message
>> news:PZmdnX219YvRaSrXnZ2dnUVZ8mSdnZ2d@bt.com...
>> >
>> > "Andrew Bishop" <andrew@andrewbishop66.plus.com> wrote in message
>> >

> news:9a38f148-d6fa-4589-ab4f-7f64d97c87a3@d34g2000vbm.googlegroups.com...
>> > On Sep 20, 7:52 pm, "Andrew Mawson"
>> > <andrew@no_spam_please_mawson.org.uk> wrote:
>> >> "englishfoundryman" <keith.sheph...@shephardassociates.co.uk>

> wrote
>> > in
>> >>
>> >

> messagenews:052c5145-bf0d-4c38-a2e9-b89f44bdea97@p15g2000vbl.googlegro
>> > ups.com...
>> >> On 20 Sep, 11:27, Peter Neill <panuno95-uk...@yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
>> >>
>> >> > On Sun, 20 Sep 2009 02:08:04 -0700 (PDT), Andrew Bishop
>> >>
>> >> > <and...@andrewbishop66.plus.com> wrote:
>> >> > >I need some molding sand as I find I need to csat a handle in
>> >> aluminum
>> >> > >I normally just cast solid shapes then machine to what ever I
>> > need
>> >> > >but this time its not possible and as this is a job for SWMBO

> Ive
>> >> > >managed to lose my john winter book so have no idea of cost

> .Now
>> > I
>> >> > >know I can make green sand but don't fancy the hard work
>> >> > >does anyone have recommendations I,m on the essex suffolk

> boarder
>> >> if
>> >> > >any one knows of any foundry local
>> >> > >I would rather oil bonded if possible
>> >>
>> >> > >Thanks Andrew
>> >>
>> >> > You could try Hadleigh Castings
>> >>
>> >> Andrewhttp://www.hadleighcastings.com/
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> > Peter
>> >>
>> >> Hi Andrew,
>> >>
>> >> In addition to Hadleigh you might consider Finch Seaman at

> Braintree
>> >> their web site ishttp://www.fsegroup.co.uk/
>> >>
>> >> I think you mean cold setting resin binded which uses a liquid

> resin
>> >> and catalyst system analagous to the ubiquitous araldite although
>> >> quite different chemistry. the old stoved Linseed "Oil Sand" is
>> >> practically unused these days.
>> >>
>> >> If you do indeed fancy having a go yourself John Winter supply a
>> > super
>> >> service and their web site ishttp://www.johnwinter.co.uk/
>> >>
>> >> Good luck - regrettably we only cast iron and bronze in our

> foundry.
>> >>
>> >> Keith
>> >>
>> >> Andrew,
>> >> You could use sodium silicate mixed sand which is set by passing

> CO2
>> >> thnrough it - very simple. Buy dry bagged silver sand from a
>> > builders
>> >> merchant - mix in about 3% sodium silicate by weight, ram and gas
>> >> simply by inverting a funnel over the mould and releasing your

> pub
>> > gas
>> >> into the funnel via a rubber tube. I can let you have some sodium
>> >> silicate (waterglass) if you don't have a local source)
>> >>
>> >> AWEM
>> >
>> > That would be the ideal I had my hand reproduced in ali using this
>> > method and the detail was good when i enquired about buying some

> it
>> > was only in large barrels if I could purchase some of you that

> would
>> > be perfect or if you know of a suppler who sells small amounts as

> i
>> > understand it has a shelf life .
>> >
>> > Thanks Andrew
>> >
>> > Yes it probably does have a theoretical shelf life, but I have a

> drum
>> > I've used for years and it was ok when I last used it <G>
>> >
>> > Send me your snail mail address by email (despam my address) and

> I'll
>> > post you a litre (or whatever bottle I can find) and you can

> refund
>> > whatever the postage is.
>> >
>> > Regards,
>> >
>> > AWEM
>> >

>> Andrew,
>>
>> Is it "dry" sodium silicate you use or the runny stuff for doing

> strange
>> things with eggs?
>>
>> TIA
>>

>
> The later - it's a syrupy liquid
>
> AWEM
>

Thanks, I fancy giving that a go, just getting the time...

 


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