31386Re: Once again, K-Bond items can be found at:
- May 6, 2004Holy smokes!
Isn't it just easier to buy petrobond? This is a serious question.
Although, I remember doing a hecl of alot of research on other topics
just to come to the same conclusion.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "jamonyou69" <jamowie@h...> wrote:
> Very interesting tone of your post:
> "-Show some resoursefullness. ... It will make you better."
> I've got much more time to research all of these things than to
> actually work at them. In total I've probably spent over 80 hours
> researching organoclays. I've got chemical reactions, methods, and
> formulas to create the compound using bentonite and various
> quaternary ammonium compounds. I've got sources of both. I've got
> lists of companies who manufacture the product for: oil drilling,
> paint manufacture, cosmetic additives, water filtration, etc. I've
> contacted about half a dozen companies directly, not to mention
> of the local outfits, to get the different components, including
> the top silica producer in the states (they were not very helpful
> the way).
> I appreciate your web site very much and all of the information you
> share but just because I don't say I've spent over two weeks full
> time researching the products, it doesn't mean that I'm not
> resourseful. This group is for the sharing of information, it is
> part of the process to grow our knowlege base.
> If you don't want to "spoon feed" people, then don't. But by the
> time you type that in, you could have just as easily have shared
> your information (which you did).
> PS- Ray, your web site is one that I have been visiting very often
> over the past several months. It, and the work that you do, have
> been an inspiration to me and have kept me interested in this very
> time consuming hobby. I can't thank you enough for taking the time
> to share with us.
> -- In email@example.com, Ray Brandes <rvb@r...> wrote:
> > My web page not only has the reciepe for kbond, but all the blue
> > are links to material sources.
> > F110 sand can be obtained for about $9/100lbs at sandblasting
> supply houses.
> > Petrobond resin from Budget Casting supply for about $32/6lbs
> > -first48.
> > If you can't find oil then you shouldn't be playing with hot
> > I don't mind helping people. In fact I enjoy it, but I don't have
> > time to spoon feed either. Show some resoursefullness. Figure out
> > things for yourself. It will make you better.
> > Regards, Ray in FLA
> > >I just got a quote for olivine sand: $75 for 100 lbs. pick up
> > >The price you got PB2 for is 1/3 the price of bentone. Where
> > >get it, if you don't mind me asking. I believe the sand you got
> > >Atlanta, at least that's what I gathered from your web site. It
> > >would be a great help to find a reasonable sourse of organoclay.
> > >
> > >
> > >
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