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Fire-proof Paint








Take a sufficient quantity of Water for use; add as
much Potash as can be dissolved therein. When the water will dissolve
no more Potash, stir into the solution first, a quantity of flour paste
of consistency of painter's size; second a sufficiency of pure clay to
render it of the consistency of cream. Apply with a painter's brush.





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