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Looking to sell a used Okai Hydroflux Torch. Torch is a few years old but has only been used 2 or 3 times!The HydroFlux is an oxyhydrogen generator that operates by converting distilled water into an…Continue

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At 9:58am on May 3, 2011, Catherine Crowe said…

FYI there is an international enameling site here:

www.grainsofglass.ning.com (it is a social networking site like this one)

There is a "Workshops" tab with a sub-tab for Canada - so you might want to post your classes there also

best of luck with tham

Catherine

At 3:10pm on March 13, 2011, Mary K McIntyre said…
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