What to change in a precipitation experiment to get different results?

In my chemistry class we are making our own precipitation expierements, and we need to change something in order to get different results. Like if we have two liquids and we changed the tempature, but we can't use tempature and I need help to figure out what other factors I can change. Please help

You could change the proportion of your reagents.

You could change the pH.

Not knowing what are your reagents (those "two liquids" you mention), I cannot make a better suggestion.

Are your reagents already chosen for you? If so, what are they?

Can you choose your own reagents?

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