How to Grow Quartz Crystals?

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Most crystals are easy to grow and can even be grown at home with things you already have. Most quartz crystals come from an iron alloy that is specially treated using different techniques and autoclaves. You can find more on quartz crystals on the website below. www.rockhoundingar.com
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1. Wash off the clay or dirt. A garden hose will remove most of the clay but it won't remove dirt from inside the tiny fissures and crevices. If you have a quartz cluster, the tiny
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A small quartz crystal can grow about 1mm a week assuming it is in a stable matrix.
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Growing quartz crystals can be fun and educational. Unfortunate;y, the heat and pressures required to grow synthetic quartz crystals, can not be done except in a laboratory. You can grow other kinds of crystals at home, if you don't have your own lab. For more information look here: www.rockhoundingar.com;
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