Remove Silver Nitrate Stains?


Photographers that develop their own film are familiar with the stains that silver nitrate can leave on the skin. The residue can be difficult to remove if you do not remove it quickly. If it does dry on the skin then it will eventually fade as new skin is made and the old skin dies off. You will need ammonia, liquid soap, water and a cloth to remove the silver nitrate stains on your hands. You only need to add 1 teaspoon to the water that you will use to scrub your skin. After you have scrub you need to rinse your hands with the liquid soap. The process may have to be repeated.
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How to Remove Silver Nitrate Stains
Silver nitrate has many uses in today's world, ranging from photography and ceramics to the laboratory. During use, accidents can and will inevitably happen, and the silver nitrate will be spilled on clothes, fabrics and surfaces. Silver nitrate is a... More »
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