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Kev Williams
05-13-2015, 2:33 AM
This is a link to part 1--
http://www.sawmillcreek.org/showthread.php?230781-For-those-who-love-Laserbits-beware
and I would like to say
(A) I admit I was a little quick to bash Laserbits for this, and
(B) maybe it's Cermark I should be bashing...?

I sent Laserbits the 'defective' bottle of Cermark back.
Here's a link to my video of why I think it's defective:
https://youtu.be/onvOjdjNk2c

Here's the email that ebay/Laserbits sent me about this:

We received your returned item. Just wanted to let you know that we can send you a replacement, per your request, but it will be the same consistency as the one you returned. Ferro has been working hard to improve their CerMark solutions, the SUS 019 you purchased is one of their newly improved solutions. Although the formula is slightly thinner than previous formulas, you would still dilute as you would any previous versions of the solution. Please advise how you would like to proceed.

Thank you
LaserBits

I advised them that I'd like my money back. "Slightly" thinner isn't even CLOSE to accurate. It's VERY MUCH thinner.

If Ferro is doing this, and expecting me to believe I can get as much useable spray from 500 grams of the "chocolate milk" version as their "molasses" version, they're going to have to prove it. What's in that bottle I bought isn't much thicker than what's in their $75 cans, which are 340 grams--

I'm curious if anyone else has bought any 250 or 500 gram bottles lately?

Scott Challoner
05-13-2015, 10:53 AM
I just got a 250g bottle of LMM-6000 yesterday and it's as thick and gooey as ever. I don't know how that compares to SUS-019.