Water Crystals Act as A Great Soil

Gary V. Deutschmann, Sr. raiar at inlink.com
Mon Dec 9 16:56:02 EST 1996


info at cyberweb1.com (DAL) wrote:



>I found these water crystals through a friend of mine.  They are a great
>natural product which will help to save time on watering and do a great job
>of keeping plants, flowers and greenery fresh.  Great for christmas trees,
>etc.  I have been using this product for about a month now, and it is
>great.  

>The packages are about $3.00 each retail.  (Wholesalers can buy them for
>$2.00 a piece.)  Check out the site at
>http://www.cyberweb1.com/spectralight/christmas

>Hope you like them.

>DAL

I've only seen two products that work as you claim, I can't remember
the one name, but the other is SuperSorb, neither were "Natural" as
you claim, both were a superabsorbant polymer.  One was clear, the
other tannish in appearance after wetting.

The clear product could be attractively used in glass decanters and
food color used to impart a color to the product as it absorbed water.

This mix ratio was 1 lb of product to 35 gallons of water and came in
two grades, coarse and fine, the coarse being the most decorative in
glass containers.

It sells for just a little over $5.00 per lb in the dry form (35
gallons wet) and hawked at several flea markets in little one/half
ounce bags for about $2.00 making the product cost around 15 cents and
the bag about a dime if that.  Not a bad markup if you can get it!

TTUL
Gary








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