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"Hmmm, I've casually wondered this too.  I was a welder and have migrated into jewellery.  Besides the startling "pop" sound, I was told as a welder that by turning off your acetylene first then the oxygen, that the flow of…"
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"In welding operations you would be using the much larger K cylinders and the concern there is that unburned fuel could be released and ignite unexpectedly so therefore the fuel is shut off first and then the oxygen.  Also remember your work…"
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Does anyone know a supplier for cerium oxide?

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I'm pretty sure you can buy it online/by phone at Robert Hall Originals. He's located just outside Cambridge in St. George. Here's the link: http://www.roberthalloriginals.com

I think I purchased mine from him at the Scarborough Gem Show that takes place in September.

Good Luck.

Jenn
Try a lapidary supply place(a rock shop). It is used to polish rocks.
You can try Lacey's in Toronto. You can also try Robert Halls Originals in Paris, Ontario. Both dealers carry lapidary supplies

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