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Re: Crystal-Clear and cloudy water
C'mon Steve, for under $3.00 (treating 400 gallons of water) what do you
want a company to offer -- a history of the development and formulation?
It's good; it works; it's safe and been on the market for many years.
Your aquarium could possibly be clear by now if you would just try it. See
the post, also, on Diatomaceous Filtration! That works too -- with or
without Crystal Clear, but costs big bucks!
Date: Thu, 24 Apr 97 10:10:54 PST8
From: spushak at CCGATE_HAC.COM
Subject: Crystal-Clear and cloudy water
> Crystal-Clear from Aquarium Products is a polymer that is used
> in drinking water to settle out minute particles.
It sounds like a good product. Let me probe a little more; do you know
what the polymer is? When you say its used in drinking water, is that
what the product literature says? I'm guessing that AP isn't making an
additive for drinking water; its for aquariums. ;-)
I'm also guessing that just any old polymer won't do the job. It has
to have specific properties. Extract of peanut butter? (hee-hee)
Isn't somebody going to risk a scientific explanation on biological
flocculants? Is it something scientists argue about? Maybe its very
specific domain knowledge and folks are shy to stray outside their