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Re: Iron in the Water

At 08:25 AM 8/5/98 -0700, you wrote:

>If it really is iron, it will also "stain" the white parts a sort of 
>dirty light yellow.  I doubt that you will like the results.
Hi, Ran.  It probably is iron, then, because the white margins are very
slightly yellowed (like a cream color).  I do like the look, but it would
probably be pretty hard to get it exactly like I want it - and if I didn't
have the correct amount of iron, I suppose it would assume that
unattractive 'dirty' yellow.

Sheila Smith
Niles, MI  USA, Z 5/6

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