Originally Posted by AC/DC
When you say "lower quality" do you mean lower price?
No, I don't.
I think the last several posts sums it up.
I kinda expected those types of answers.
Thanks to each and every one of you for answering.
I'd sure like to hear from some of the chemists out there about
what ingredients in their low cost and premium brands are different.
Is there pricing difference supported by higher ingredients costs?
Probably not, and if not, is their low cost brand just as good?
That's what I really want to know, they pretty much keep us
in the dark when it comes to what we're buying.
I buy DuPont, and they make Nasson, a good product.
Will I see any durability differences between the two?