Dissolvent for Paint Skins.

Manufacturer and Builder 1, 1893

Two pounds of concentrated lye, 5 pounds unslaked lime to 15 gallons of water. Put in the old skins and all the dirty buckets; stir them up occasionally. When the skins are dissolved, pour off the lye water, and the paint in the bottom will answer fairly well for rough water-boarding, etc. Do not throw the water away, as it will do another time by adding more lye to it.

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