What are water crystals used for?

What are water crystals used for?

These poylmers are commonly used as water retaining agents for horticultural applications and disposable hygiene products. The crystals are also supplied as a decorative, water retaining product for use with household displays of cut flowers and plants.
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      When mixed with soil they keep the moisture much longer and hence you don't need to water your plants that often. Crystals can be used for growing fruits and vegetables as well as they are completely safe. The pigmentation they contain is not ...
    • How do they absorb water?

      Water crystals, pearls and cubes can absorb and retain extremely large amounts of water relative to its own mass. Water crystals absorb aqueous solutions through hydrogen bonding with water molecules.
    • How long do water crystals last for?

      Up to 5 to 10 years in soil.
    • Can you save leftover water dye?

      Water dye will stay good for at least 5 days at room temperature,21 to 27 degrees celcius. It will stay good longer than 10 weeks if stored in a refigerator.
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      Yes , in flower food is put a bacteria killer , which help to keep the water clear. https://centimo.nl/product/postharvest-preservation-liquid-anti-bacteria/%E2%80%8B