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- adj. Of or pertaining to muriatic acid.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of, pertaining to, or obtained from, sea salt, or from chlorine, one of the constituents of sea salt; hydrochloric.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having the nature of brine or salt water; pertaining to or obtained from brine or sea-salt.
Try using white distilled vinegar, muriatic is probably to acidic and can erode the saltillo.
Or if we take some of the green acid of the copper, and make a liquid of it, and then pour this over common salt we are making what is known as muriatic acid.
I use muriatic acid on it first, and then wire brush it after it dries.
Be very sure that muriatic acid (commonly used in cleaning ceramic tiles, to remove sarro -- build up of minerals from hard water --) NEVER is used, even in the most diluted concentrations, on concrete floors.
First I dilute a small amount of muriatic acid (50/50) and wipe it around to cover all surfaces.
Tchaikovsky's notes bit the air like muriatic acid.
In January, a maintenance worker poured chlorine and muriatic acid into a storm drain on top of the hotel.
She wouldn't even need prosthetics. chic your an Anne hater? drink muriatic acid and bubble it out ur flat ass bunterman,
The next day Hightower bought a brush, a hose, some muriatic acid, and a fifty-pound bag of lime.
In the Toyota that Hightower had been driving, police found the torn corner of that bag of lime, as well as the Home Depot receipt for the lime and the muriatic acid.
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