Please do when you are in the mood.
I thought we have all been having a nice respectful conversation. if you change your mind please post.I don't think I will Rob. This type of conversations always end up in piss matches instead of being used as educational moments where one could be right or wrong and teach and learn from one other. If I want to talk chemistry however, I go to the chemistry sites where I'm nothing but an idiot learning from the ones who make a living out of it and are willing to educate.
Sometimes it's better to stay silent and let others kick the bee-hive. More fun to watch them get stung from the sidelines. Life has a funny way of sorting this kind of stuff out.I don't think I will Rob. This type of conversations always end up in piss matches instead of being used as educational moments where one could be right or wrong and teach and learn from one other. If I want to talk chemistry however, I go to the chemistry sites where I'm nothing but an idiot learning from the ones who make a living out of it and are willing to educate.
I touched on that one subject because I did the research before saiger sauce even came outOdd you only touched on one similarity out of 15 in my opinion. But hey if your happy I am happy.
Who are your chemists?OK that is 1 discrepancy of the 15 points I made. Here is one thing we do know. Les has ZERO fillers. SS has a lot of filler soda ash. So back to remaining 14 points.
I have 2 analysis by 2 different chemists. And Marks claims are "surfactant based". The 15 claims are right off the video by Les and Mark. This is my opinion.
I touched on that one subject because I did the research before saiger sauce even came out
My customers kept asking me what my services were compared to zero rez. So I found that using Soda Ashe brings the condition of my water nearly identical to what they use
So yes, when you mentioned that being just a filler, was incorrect
The best prespray you ever brought to the industry was p5 , and I told everyone. I'm currently seeing the benefits of SS, and it is one of the best out there
The product promotes precipitation. It is not meant to be used without soft water. You will have to descale your rig more often, loose pressure all of a sudden and little by little on job sites.Really? Why? Do tell ...
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That was one of the pages I looked at while researching on it.
I did some research and I'll touch on a couple other subjects.Odd you only touched on one similarity out of 15 in my opinion. But hey if your happy I am happy.
I did some research and I'll touch on a couple other subjects.
Keep in mind, I'm not a chemist, nor have I asked any questions from my imaginary chemists, like you have, LOL. (just joking Rob, chill bro)
On a serious note, the SDS sheets don't match up.
Judson's slop and gobble has potassium Hydroxide in it, and SS doesn't. Potassium Hydroxide is a lye that's used to make liquid soap. I guess Les thought it would be good, since we're adding water to our powder, I don't know. But that can cause lumping when it's just sitting in the pail in our humid environment.
On the other side, Slopngobble as sodium per carbonate, and SS has just sodium carbonate. Not much of a difference, but some would say it has a difference with a little bubbling in it.
Kinda like your pro10k when you were trying hard to copy ph10k and you were telling us not to mix it with super hot water or the bubbling would be outrageous. I remember calling you with feedback on my first mix.
My point is, most of these pre sprays out here are very similar, just like your liquid preload, which was Harvard's Grime Release pro
You never told us why Harvard fired you as a customer. I feel they're a very good supplier for our chemicals. I've used several of their products and I feel that nothing is diluted or filled.
That's why I felt you needed to to be aware that your findings aren't totally true.
Ahhh heck Rob, say it out loud bro. You know I've stuck my foot in my mouth before in the past. No big deal to me
Feel better or do you need more time to rant?The main reason I've joined in on the conversation and am so in disagreement with you, is because you are a supplier.
Is Bridgepoint dogging https://shop.truckmountforums.com's products? Is Butler dogging Jutson's chemicals, even though butler's are a bright rainbow, lol?
And is Saiger Dogging TMF chems?
And the reason being, because it's a bad business practice. If you weren't selling your own, I might consider your "research" to be considerate and humble.
It's a bad business 101 practice to be doing. You are very successful in your career, but it just seems greedy in my eyes that you feel you need to do all this testing to show what?
Cleanfax (neutral party) did a test on the encap chems several months ago. I took that as very genuine and appreciated it.
It's a conflict of interest to see your comments on threads like these. I'm really surprised that I'm the only one who's seeing this and expressing my opinions.
Just my thoughts. You'll look much better and you'll get more business if you promote your products more and remain neutral on any other questions about your competitors that these members have. It's just more professional