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This I attribute to the potash being in a little more caustic condition than when recrystallised with iodine.
It dissolves in dilute potash, and on the addition of acetic acid is deposited in a pure state.
Eventually, however, both varieties become converted into clay, their magnesia and potash passing gradually into soluble forms.
All of them are particularly rich in potash, and contain but a small proportion of phosphoric acid.
If they require a second water put alum to that also as well as to the rinsing and blue water.The Ladies' Book of Etiquette, and Manual of Politeness|Florence Hartley