Contrary to many reports, Ethyl Acetate is not very harmful and is in fact an ingredient in many wines and flavorings. It is used to remove caffeine from coffee and tea. So, you are probably safe from most toxic effects, but not from its flammability or explosive nature.
Thank you. And I read Toluene is dangerous also. It would be good If you put your experience on to this material. And the dyes. Shaz will use the same dyes I posted at a thread. What do you know about the toxicology of Autochrome dyes and Kodachrome dyes and developers also ? Are Kodachrome stuff dangerous ? You had been advised me to start from cyan.
It's now that i need help for find the good filter when the damar will be dissolved. And where to put this filter... Everybody can give me ideas....
Picking on some information from the traditional painting crowd - Wrap the damar gum crystals (powder) in a filter bag and suspend it in the solvent. Leave for several days until the gum has dissolved. Further filtration can be used if desired.
Coffee filter papers are cheap and should be sufficient to filter out all but the smallest of particles.
May be wine filter is used to filter the very old wines which produced a powder at the bottom of bottle.
And I dont know but may be they add a chemical in to white wine to make it crystal clear and than filter the remainings. It could be a very fine grid filter or a filter like carbon or a textile pulp filter.