Opaquing liquid for pre-sintered zirconia

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Hello!

Does anybody use a liquid that makes zirconia more opaque? For example to cover metal post&core. I've heard there is a liquid that you apply to pre-sintered zirkonia.
Which you would suggest?
 
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I haven't used it, but there is White plus by idscad.
It's supposed block out posts and dark stumps. It's pre sinter stain.
 
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Close. its not a stain. Its a strong acid that changes the structure during sinter. You want to use the least amount possible. I add a touch of blue food coloring so I can see it. Ill dip a #0 Tananka brush in it, and blot it off on my thumb. You only want to barely apply any.
 
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Close. its not a stain. Its a strong acid that changes the structure during sinter. You want to use the least amount possible. I add a touch of blue food coloring so I can see it. Ill dip a #0 Tananka brush in it, and blot it off on my thumb. You only want to barely apply any.
maybe im the only one thinking it....making zirconia MORE opaque? just grab some old bruxzir. that sh*t is plenty opaque enough to block out the sun
 
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Using Idscad Chang's white opaq, it really turns the zirconia "opaque white". I don't know if it got discontinued tho.
 
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IDScad still has the opaque liquid
 
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B&D origin has it in 3 concentrations. I like the white opaque 2. Works nice
 

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