The usefulness of a tool


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Posted by Catherine Cartwright Jones on October 11, 2002 at 00:31:32:

I just got a sample of the re-ground re-sifted henna from Sam Yemen.
First henna from Yemen needed some fearsome sifting, but the color was
wonderful. I told the supplier, by microphotographs, what needed to
be done in terms of grinding and sifting to suit US henna artists.
He cheerfully complied. Looks like this henna may now be the equal of
the 4 best in the database! Finely ground, free of dye, free of grit,
free of other dye plants ... AND .... righteous stain.

Please compare Shihri July 2002 with Shihri October 2002 to see how
much useful pressure the microscope tool can exert. If you are an
importer .... I think this is one of the best investments you can
make: Intel Play (if you can ever get it away from your children).

Now ... if anyone gets a sample DIFFERENT from what I have here .....
we have a basis for comparison!

If you *ever* suspect an exporter is doing a "bait and switch" ...
CATCH THEM with a micropic! If you *ever* suspect an exporter is
favoring one reseller over another .... you can compare micropics. If
you *ever* think someone's trying to sell you junk .... micropic and
make them do it right.

 


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