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Boiling stone are great for boiling water, even perfect paint bottle agitators!

We can use these glass boiling stones in our fractionation distillation and they actually help with lower the total dissolved solids of the steam; you The can add glass boiling stones to your small bottles of paint. if you like to custom mix your own pigments into a medium, or even add mica powder. The problem you found were that the solids would clump together in the bottom of the bottle and become difficult to shake. This was not good for you as pigments are an investment in quality work. This is no longer an issue if you have used these glass beads in the bottles. Most folks use the metal pellets for this, but sometimes metals are not compatible with all of the solvents you use. Glass is perfect as you have no worries that it will contaminate or cause an undesirable chemical compatibility issue for me. It's a better choice to use these glass boiling stones!

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