Potash, Sulfurated, 12.5kg For Sale
Also known as Liver of Sulphur or Potassium polysulfide.
Yellow to reddish-brown solid sulfurated potash is soluble in water and decomposes when exposed to oxygen. The odour is reminiscent of rotting eggs.
Sulfurated potash is used in agriculture as a fertilizer to increase crop production. It is also used for insect and disease control.
Black and white photographic paper is produced using sulfurated potash. Additionally, it is used to develop photographic film.
Rubber is manufactured using sulfurized potassium. It enhances the durability and strength of rubber products.
In the production of dyes, sulfurized potash is utilized. It improves the colorfastness of fabrics that have been dyed.
Patination: Artists and metalworkers use sulfurated potash to create an aged, antique patina on copper, brass, bronze, and nickel. It can be used to create black, brown, green, and blue, among other colours.
Utilized in the subsequent patina formulas:
No. 2 for Black to Brown
No. 3 for Brownish Black
14th for Blue