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  • bzer1
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    From what I understand, FDA(food service grade) approved powders contain silver in various forms which is one of the things that make it so expensive. We have a powder manufacturer locally who makes a few different formulas and will only sell it in quantities of 275lbs or more. I don't know about you guys but I can't even fit 275lbs of powder into my already cramped shop.

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  • pickleboy
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    yes it does for sure exist but its pricey, and the dealers i have found sell only in large quantity, say 25#'s and up.

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  • mcaswell
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    None of the powder we sell is FDA approved, although I do think that such a thing exists.

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  • Popeye
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    You'd probably want to check with Caswell to be sure but I don't see why you couldn't. Definitely not for cooking...
    It's just plastic... right?

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  • myillwillinc
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    only if you want to get sick...... then again food might be better with a nice color coat on it....

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  • hoytheld
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    Powdercoat and Food???

    can PC be used to coat items that food can be served on
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