"If it were more active, ... " But that's my point, it isOriginally Posted by David A. Goldfarb
active because of the high temperature. Why not make
active at a lower temperature by making more alkaline?
I don't know. I've all the ingredients and within a few weeks
may be working with it. I think that high temperature one
reason it is not now on the market.
IIRC, the patent allows for a lot of variation; patented 4/78.