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Re: "HOney trap" wallet dye

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  • liusiguang
    Robert, The winning solutions were 1. Potassium permangenate 2. Gentian violet AKA chrystal violet Both combine with, and react to, the salts on your
    Message 1 of 7 , May 2, 2002
      Robert,
      The 'winning' solutions were
      1. Potassium permangenate
      2. Gentian violet AKA chrystal violet

      Both combine with, and react to, the salts on your hands. Gential
      violet is used in the treatment of of skin parasites, which leads me
      to believe it is relatively harmless...just really, REALLY purple.

      Regards,
      Sam Norris AKA Liu Si Guang

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