has become almost a generic term, much like kleenex, xerox and coke.
Despite what you
may read, not all polymers are the same; as much as copiers, facial tissues
and soft drinks are not.
polymers are made with different bases, different chemical processes,
different crushing and screening techniques and with widely varying quality
control leads to blends or uneven gradations that are often filled with
minute dust-size particles that appear like vapor. When dry, it settles
everywhere, including in lungs, mouths, nasal passages, clothing. When
wetted, you may think that you will get individual crystals, but the polymer
will feel greasy.
Even to practiced
eyes, polymers may look the same. They are not.
Some, not intended
for the applications outlined on the WaterCrystals.com Web presentation, are
erroneously sold for the uses described there.
Many are inferior
to the product that you find on the Web site.
Lately, even we
have been approached by, dare we be politically incorrect and say, "alien" companies trying to break into
the market with less-than-quality products. Customers concerned with quality
in their product tell us of horror stories.
We know this from
industry information, long-term customers, and from many new customers, who
came to us because of their dissatisfaction with less expensive products
found on the Internet and at retail stores.
less expensive than those sold here, may fulfill your purpose. That is fine.
You may be very happy with them. But, if you think you are buying the same
product for a much lower price than found here, be forewarned. You, too,
could be disappointed. You will not be the first. Cheaper is not always
We could be
selling a less expensive product. We choose not to.