Are you using pel-lime or SuperCal 98G?
What's the difference?
This article from Early To Rise does a good job explaining it.
It's Good to Know: Brand Names So Good, We Use Them All the Time
By Suzanne Richardson
Recently, Google has been up in arms because people are using ""google"" as a verb. That's all well and good when you're talking about using Google to google something. But when "google" applies to searching on any search engine, they get a little testy. And no wonder. It IS possible for a brand name to become so popular that it slips into the common vernacular... and loses all traces of its corporate identity in the process.
Do you use facial tissue... or Kleenex? And if you blow your nose with Puffs or Scott, do you still call it kleenex?
When you use the copy machine, are you photocopying or xeroxing?
Kleenex and Xerox aren't alone. Zipper, elevator, cellophane, thermos, and escalator are other examples of brand names turned generic.
This article appears courtesy of Early To Rise, the Internet’s most popular health, wealth, and success e-zine. For a complimentary subscription, visit http://www.earlytorise.com.
All "Pel-Lime" is not the same. Pel-lime is the generic term for pelletized limestone. Anyone can pelletize any quality of limestone. The pelletizing doesn't make it better.
SuperCal 98G has a higher purity and is ground finer than any other "pel-lime" in the country. This makes it much more effective than all others. When applying pelletized lime, ask for SuperCal 98G.
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