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Old 31-08-2019, 12:25 AM
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Crystals exposure to water

Hello :)

I wanted to see if anyone has knowledge on reactions to crystals in salt water, regular tap water, or chlorine water? I have crystal beaded necklaces and bracelets and I wanted to know if its ok to put them in water. I heard the following:

OK TO PUT IN WATER:
a small selection of crystals such as the Quartz family of minerals such as Amethyst, Clear Quartz and Citrine
Clear Quartz
Amethyst
Smoky Quartz
Rose Quartz
Citrine
Tigerís Eye
Agate
Snow Quartz
Aventurine
Red Jasper
Jet
Amber

NOT OK:
Amber
Turquoise
gymspum
Red coral
Fire opal
Moonstone
Calcite
Kyanite
Kunzite
Angelite
Azurite
Selenite
anything with-ITE !!!!!
Tangerine Quartz (As the orange colour is created by traces of iron oxide on the outer surface it can either rust or wash off and become clear Quartz as one person I know experienced)
Carnelian
Galena
Lodestone
Mica
Moldavite
Opals
Turquoise
Obsidian
Lapis Lazuli
Talc
Malachite
Enhydro quartz

Looking forward to hearing everyone's thoughts....
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Old 31-08-2019, 12:46 AM
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You have Amber listed in both categories.

As for Amber and Jet, hard to keep them in the water because they will float.

The rest of the list looks Spot On!
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Old 02-09-2019, 04:32 PM
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celestite seems to melt in water.
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Old 02-09-2019, 11:12 PM
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celestite seems to melt in water.

Do you mean Selenite?
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Old 03-09-2019, 08:58 AM
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No, celestine / celestite should also not be put in water. Not sure if it will dissolve or if it's only that it will lose its colour or both.
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Old 03-09-2019, 03:56 PM
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You are right.

Celestite is a carbonate.
dissolves in water.
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Old 08-09-2019, 08:41 PM
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Funny how I happened upon this list, hihi.
It's a list of 45 crystals that should not be used to make crystal water, elixirs, or otherwise exposed to water.
For most it has to do with it containing aluminum.

https://shop.atperrys.com/blogs/heal...h-facts#toc_31
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