When the solids settle on the bottom, you can separate the good Dizzolve and add more and keep using the same batch. Dizzolve doesn’t evaporate; it lives in an open container in your shop….
We were all raised on time-honored sayings like “a penny saved is a penny earned.” Therefore, when choosing between two quarts of peanut butter, we might choose the less expensive one. We assume that the two peanut butters are the same and therefore the one with a lower price is a better value. We may or may not be right. For instance, if one of the jars is labeled with the word “organic” it has the increased value of being better for your health, and its higher price is justified by the increased cost of growing peanuts without the aid of pesticides. Poor health can result in medical expenses down the road, not to mention a poor quality of life. The difference here is qualitative.
Another difference in products is quantitative. For instance, one gallon of paint may cost a few dollars more but cover twice the square feet of another gallon. Assuming equal quality, the better value is the more expensive gallon. A quart of Dizzolve Brush Cleaner costs almost three times a quart of paint thinner, a common brush cleaner; but Dizzolve will clean ten times as many paint brushes as paint thinner because it is reusable. It can be as thick as potato soup with paint pigments and it still works!
Also, when the solids settle on the bottom, you can separate the good Dizzolve and add more and keep using the same batch. Dizzolve doesn’t evaporate; it lives in an open container in your shop, always ready, always handy. Furthermore, consider the qualitative difference: it prevents the “crispy brush,” yielding a soft, supple, like-new brush every time. And Dizzolve is healthy; it emits no fumes, is brain-safe and skin-safe. When I think of people who still use old, solvent based thinners I am reminded of another time-honored saying: “a fool and his money are soon parted.”