Monday, March 31, 2014

Video: The Perfect Colloidal Silver Production and Storage Container?

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I've found what may well turn out to be the perfect glass container for both making AND storing your homemade colloidal silver. 

They’re called “decorative glass Ball canning jars,” and they’re available at Walmart for limited times during the year, usually during the start of canning season.

Here's the story, along with a link to the short video so you can see it for yourself...

Hi, Steve Barwick here, for

If you own a Micro-Particle Colloidal Silver Generator from, you already know that one-quart wide-mouthed Ball canning jars are perfect for making high-quality colloidal silver. 

However, Ball canning jars have one pitfall:  They're usually crystal clear in color. 

So while they're great for producing a batch of colloidal silver in, they're not very good for long-term storage of your finished colloidal silver solution. 

That's because silver is very light-sensitive and the tiny, submicroscopic silver particles you've produced can end up falling out of suspension and coating the bottom of your container over time if you allow exposure to too much light during storage. 

So once you've made a batch of colloidal silver using a clear Ball canning jar, you usually need to transfer it from the jar into a darker glass bottle in order to keep excessive light out during storage. 

Use the Same Container
For Production and Storage

But not any longer! 

I've just found out that Walmart is now carrying decorative colored Ball canning jars in the wide-mouthed one-quart size, that are perfect for both making AND storing colloidal silver. 

In other words, now you can store your colloidal silver in the very SAME container you make it in, which is super-convenient. 

These one-quart decorative colored Ball canning jars are usually available only at the start of canning season (March/April).  They tend to sell out pretty fast. 

I found them at Walmart (March 2014) for $11.99 per case of six.  And as you'll see in the accompanying video, I picked up three cases of them for my own use. 

Other stores that usually carry canning supplies might be carrying these decorative colored Ball canning jars as well.  If you can’t find them at Walmart, you might check with your local Ace Hardware or other stores known to carry canning jars.

If you enjoy making, storing and using colloidal silver as much as I do, you'll probably want to pick up at least a case of these one-quart decorative colored Ball canning jars for your own use. 

Important Note:  Walmart also offers one-pint size canning jars in the same decorative color. Make sure you get the one-quart size instead, if you own a Micro-Particle Colloidal Silver Generator from, because it's the perfect size for that generator.

Learn more in the accompanying video, and see what these decorative colored Ball canning jars look like.

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,

P.S.  To see how truly simple it is to make your own colloidal silver with a new Micro-Particle Colloidal Silver Generator from, check out this short pictorial web page titled “So Simple to Use, Anyone Can Do It.”

P.P.S.  If you think you might be ready to start making your own colloidal silver, click the link in this sentence to learn why the new Micro-Particle Colloidal Silver Generator is the world’s #1 colloidal silver generator, and how you’ll be able to make high-quality colloidal silver – quickly and easily -- for less than 36 cents a quart.

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