Liver of Sulphur Gel, 1 Ounce Bottle | SOL-610.01

Last Updated On Monday April 20th, 2020
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- The best price we've seen on Amazon in the past 12 months was on April 2, 2020. The current price is considered average. It is 50% higher than the cost at its lowest.


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Updated April 20, 2020
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Apr 9

for 2 days

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DatePrice ActionChange %Price Level
20 Apr, 2020Price Increase42.54%average
16 Apr, 2020Price Increase4.13%low
11 Apr, 2020Price Increase31.46%low
9 Apr, 2020Price Drop-47.49%low
4 Apr, 2020Price Increase94.08%average
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Liver of Sulphur Gel, 1 Ounce Bottle | SOL-610.01

Product Details

  • Amazon.com Sold on
  • B004PLZ4SS Amazon ASIN
  • EURO TOOL Brand
  • XTL-8010 Model Number
  • Categories

    Arts, Crafts & Sewing, Beading & Jewelry Making

Reddit Reviews and Recommendations

  • 2 Reviews
  • July 22, 2018 Last Review Date
  • Sept. 21, 2017 First Seen Review Date
  • 2 Reviewed on Subreddits

    Silverbugs (1)
    chemistry (1)

Discussion and Reviews on Reddit

Is there a way to tone a bunch of silver in one go? I'm too cheap to buy natural toned coins to show off above my albums. [R]

1 year, 9 months agoOpiate78 posted submission on Silverbugs.
July 22, 2018

I'm looking to do large groups at a time so I can choose the best.

Edit: Thanks all!

1 year, 9 months agoOpiate78 posted comment on Silverbugs.
July 22, 2018

https://www.amazon.com/Beadsmith-XTL-8010-Extended-Sulfur-Oxidation/dp/B004PLZ4SS/ref=sr11?ie=UTF8&qid=1532307791&sr=8-1&keywords=liver+of+sulfur+gel

Why is copper the only metal with its color, and would it be possible to make it "redder"? [R]

2 years, 7 months agoBuildingComp01 posted submission on chemistry.
Sept. 21, 2017

I've been making jewelry - particularly rings - for a couple years now and have a crucible in which I can make my own alloys. I have been using a 15:1 copper:silver mix (with trace gold) to make the copper easier to work with, since pure copper is surprisingly difficult to cast on account of its eagerness to cool down. I've tried gold, zinc, and tin, and am considering getting some zirconium copper stock since it softens at about 250C lower than pure copper even at less than 1% zirconium content.

Anyway, no matter what elements I add, it only detracts from that distinct warm copper hue, and I was wondering if there is anything I could add to the mix that would help negate the lightening of that color by the silvery elements. I'm limited to about 1260C for my particular furnace. I'll admit I know little of chemistry, so I figured I'd check with you guys to see if what I'm looking for is even physically possible.

Thanks for any insight you can provide.

EDIT: Well this turned out to be a highly productive post. I appreciate everyone's contributions.

2 years, 7 months agoBuildingComp01 posted on chemistry.
Sept. 21, 2017

Yep, I work with patinas pretty often. I'll use brine or sometimes something called liver of sulfur to add a protective coating. Then I'll buff off the patina on the interior and any any highlights and put on a light coat of acrylic to protect it from rubbing off. I like patinas because they are matte and therefore do not show smudges, and as time goes on, create a nice weathered look the ring.

I have seen that plot. Unfortunately, I'm not yet sufficiently well funded to use gold as the principle metal in my alloy. Wish I could, I'd like to see how it mitigates the greening of the skin at a, say, 20/80 gold/copper ratio. One day I'll try it out.

Thanks for the info