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Potassium Permanganate:

Used as oxidizer, disinfectant, deodorizer, bleach, dye, tanning, air and water purification.
Strong oxidizing agent
Converts dissolved iron to insoluble oxides which are removed through filtration
Converts manganese to insoluble oxides which are removed through filtration
Regenerates green sand iron filters
2 to 3 percent solution of potassium permanganate (KMnO4) is used to regenerate green sand filters.
Dissolve one teaspoon in one gallon water for athleteís foot fungus infection.

Graphite

Natural graphite micronized flakes are among the most valuable and useful type of graphite for many different applications. It is heat resistant, lubricant, electrically conductive and excellent hardener in Fe based powder metallurgy. Read More... Current Price

Lycopodium Powder

Lycopodium Powder, Dragonís Breath, club moss spores, vegetable sulfur, Lycopodium Clavatum

Pale yellow, very lightweight fluffy powder
Used by magicians, squirted through an open flame, this fine powder creates a jet of fire just like a Dragonís Breath. It can also used for dyeing; woolen cloth boiled with lycopodium, becomes blue when dipped in a bath of Brazil wood.  Order Now

Cation Exchange Resin (Water Softener)

Cation Exchange Resin is used to replace the magnesium and calcium ions found in hard water with sodium ions. The resin can be recharged by washing it with a solution containing a high concentration of sodium ions (strong salt water).

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Sodium Thiosulfate, Penta Hydrate

Sodium Thiosulfate also known as Sodium hyposulfite is used in photography; chrome tanning; extraction of silver from its ores; removing chlorine in bleaching and paper making; dechlorination of water; reagent; bleaching; reducing agent in chrome dyeing.

 

Beeswax

Beeswax is used in lip balm, lip gloss, hand creams, salves, and moisturizers; and in cosmetics such as eye shadow, blush, and eye liner. Beeswax is also an important ingredient in moustache wax and hair pomades, which make hair look sleek and shiny.
Beeswax is an ingredient in surgical bone wax, which is used during surgery to control bleeding from bone surfaces; shoe polish and furniture polish can both use beeswax as a component, dissolved in turpentine or sometimes blended with linseed oil or tung oil; modeling waxes can also use beeswax as a component; pure beeswax can also be used as an organic surfboard wax. Beeswax blended with pine rosin, can serve as an adhesive to attach reed plates to the structure inside a squeezebox. It can also be used to make Cutler's resin, an adhesive used to glue handles onto cutlery knives. It is used in Eastern Europe in egg decoration; it is used for writing, via resist dyeing, on batik eggs (as in pysanky) and for making beaded eggs. Beeswax is used by percussionists to make a surface on tambourines for thumb rolls. It can also be used as a metal injection moulding binder component along with other polymeric binder materials. Beeswax was formerly used in the manufacture of phonograph cylinders. It may still be used to seal formal legal or Royal decree and academic parchments such as placing an awarding stamp imprimatur of the university upon completion of post-graduate degrees.

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Carnauba Wax

Carnauba wax is the material that provide luster, surface hardness and water resistance to most polishes.

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Sodium Carbonate

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Borax

As a cleaning product borax is used to clean tubs, showers, brushes, combs, toilets, fridge, mold, mildew, dishes, sinks, counters, floor, mattress and cast iron cookware.

Borax is also used to unclog toilets and drains and getting rid of goo.

Borax is a deodorizer for carpet, fabrics, trash can, and litter box.

Borax is used to keep mice away, kill ant colonies and keep bugs away.

Other uses of borax are removing rust and stains, making candle wicks, putting out fires, washing windows, washing patio furniture, killing weeds, fertilizing plants, preserving flowers and making slime for entertaining the kids. Read more ...

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Citric Acid

Citric Acid is a natural organic substance present in many fruits; however, the citrus fruits such as lime and lemon contain a larger amount of citric acid. Citric acid is mainly used in food product and beverages as a preservative and flavoring.

Active Carbon

Active Carbon or Activated Carbon is a pores form of carbon that can adsorb a large amount of organic substances from liquids and gases. Active carbon is used for discoloration of scent removal in many industrial processes. It is also used in gas masks where poisonous gases may be present. Activated carbon is available in powder and granular forms.

Active carbon may be used to remove color of alcohol, water, oils and more.


Granular Activated Carbon


Powdered Activated Carbon

Lanolin

100% pure and natural lanolin

   
Iodine Solution

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Ion Exchange Resin

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