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Clifton, NJ 07011

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Magnetic Paint

Magnetic paint has many benefits and it is easy to make. All you need is some high quality paint (primer) and some magnetic powder that is usually magnetic iron powder or magnetic iron oxide. We emphasize on the word magnetic because some alloys of iron and some iron oxides are not magnetic and are not attracted by magnets. Here you will learn how to make high quality water based or oil based magnetic paint with smooth or rough texture. You will also learn how to apply them for best results. Finally you will learn about the special magnets designed for magnetic paint.

Mixture 1: 210 gram primer paint and 100 gram magnetic iron oxide

More details coming soon.

   
   

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chemical Store

We supply Iron Powders, Copper Powders, Bronze Powders, Zinc Powders, Tin Powders and Graphite Powders for industries, research and education.

Wholesale and Retail
Metals and Chemicals
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www.ChemicalStore.com 

(973) 405-6248

Copper Powders
Supplier of copper powder for research, art, P/M, metal clays, paint, resins and patina.
www.CopperPowders.com
Iron Filing
Supplier of clean iron filings for science education and industrial uses. Custom labeling is available.
www.Iron-Filing.com
 
 
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