If you like to make your own colloidal silver, then you’re probably always looking for dark-colored, one-quart glass storage bottles with lids to keep your colloidal silver in. I know I am.
That’s why I’m happy to say I’ve found what might be a great new source for colored glass storage bottles. And it’s as close as your local Walmart. Here’s the scoop…
Hi, Steve Barwick here, for TheSilverEdge.com…
I get a LOT of questions from people asking where to get one-quart, colored glass jars for storing colloidal silver.
As you know, silver is very light sensitive, so it should be kept out of the light as much as possible. Storing it in colored bottles helps solve the problem.
The coloration on the bottle keeps excessive light out, which in turn prevents the silver particles from oxidizing and falling out of suspension.
Some time back, I wrote a detailed article revealing all of my favorite, inexpensive online sources for obtaining colored glass bottles of every sort for making, using and storing colloidal silver.
You’ll find that article, complete with links to each online source, here.
for Dark Glass Storage Bottles?
However, I just noticed yesterday that my local Walmart had some excellent, one-quart, darkly-colored glass storage bottles on sale.
I’ve never before seen Walmart carry these bottles, so it might be a one-time thing.
Each one-quart glass bottle comes complete with a nice, tight, snap-on metal lid that’s lined with plastic on the inside so no metal touches your silver solution.
The necks of the bottles are narrow, making the bottles quite easy to pour from.
There’s even a wire carrying handle on each bottle.
Plus, they’re quite colorful and decorative, so you can leave your bottle of colloidal silver out on the kitchen countertop and it will look, well, quite cool, thank you!
Best yet, they were only $3.97 per bottle. So I picked up three of them. And I’m going back for more tomorrow. I hope they still have some.
Get ‘Em While You Can
Yes, I already have a wide variety of dark glass storage bottles for my colloidal silver. But hey, none quite so colorful and good-looking as these.
So if you like what you see, you might want to high-tail it down to your local Walmart and check to see if they have any in stock.
Also, in my article revealing online sources for colored glass storage bottles, there’s also sources for colored glass pump spray bottles, colored glass nasal spray bottles and many other kinds of colored glass bottles that are suitable for colloidal silver.
So if you can’t find the colored glass storage bottle you need at your local Walmart, be sure to check out that article at the link in the paragraph above.
Meanwhile, I’ll be back next week with another great article on colloidal silver….
Yours for the safe, sane and responsible use of colloidal silver,
Steve Barwick, author
The Ultimate Colloidal Silver Manual
The Ultimate Colloidal Silver Manual
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