Colloidal Silver Storage: Plastic vs. Glass Bottles

Colloidal silver storage? A true silver colloid, consisting of silver particles and not silver ions, does not require glass bottles and is typically shipped and stored in PET plastic. PET stands for polyethylene terephthalate, a form of polyester. PET is commonly used for packaging soft drinks, water, and fruit juice. PET plastic bottles are the single most prevalent beverage bottle produced in the world today. High-quality products do not require a glass bottle to remain stable.

Many advertised products as colloidal silver are actually ionic silver solutions that must be stored in glass. Ionic silver will potentially interact with plastic containers and cause the solution to deteriorating over time. It is generally the lower quality products that require a glass bottle to remain stable.

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