The dealer sells for the same price then only 30 ml... so he takes 33 times as much money as the ingredients actually costs (for endconsumers, not for sellers)... That's a pretty good profit what the dealer wants to make. Because this way he makes 3300 EUR profit from 100 EUR investment costs. That is almost outrageous...
And I do not think that in Europe the prices differ so much. The dealer comes from the Netherlands which is right next to Germany. I think there the ingredients cost about the same.
I'm in Europe and cannot buy from the link you showed (it says outside delivery location), and I had a look at a lot of other places on the list CLO2 posted and so far the prices are the same or more. Only 1 site was cheaper but no idea about shipping or tax yet. On Ebay it's the same story unless you're talking about CDS but that has a shorter shelf life and is better made ourselves. However, one can buy the Sodium Chlorite crystals for a good price though.
I can't agree with that, in the Netherlands it is even cheaper than in Germany. After a very short search I found these suppliers from netherland. But of course it depends on the exact country for which you are looking for the substances. But to stick with the example country I found here some examples/suppliers that offer normal prices for the netherlands.
And even at Hornbach there is hydrochloric acid at super low prices, although even that would have to be diluted again. But in terms of price, we are then in the super cheap range. (Whereby it is better to order it from a chemical supplier instead of a hardware store because there it is only technical purity.) www.hornbach.nl/shop/Zoutzuur-1-l/8726938/artikel.html
And in some countries it is indeed the case that the prices of both substances are enormous. As an example, I can mention Mexico, where a liter of hydrochloric acid or sodium chlorite costs over 500 USD on amazon and ebay. But here in Europe, I would be very surprised if the ingredients were so extremely expensive in one country and then almost given away in the neighboring country. Especially the ingredients for CDS are needed in all corners of the industry. That is why they cannot and must not be very expensive.
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