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Ok, so I use purple power, and this entire time it has been liquid. Well I no longer have a purple pond. It's more of a pink blob. Has anyone had anything like to happen?

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You've been SLIMED ! ! :lol:

Seriously , I've never seen it before . Must be some kind of chemical reaction , maybe the paint ?

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It looks like Jell-O!!!

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I have no idea lol, when I pulled the last car out it was liquid. Could be the paint after setting so long.

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I don't know but that sure is a purrty color, :D ...lol.

All kidding aside, I've only used that stuff once and that didn't happen.

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I have had that happen, I think once the water itself has evaporated thats what you get. I dont actually know for sure.

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I have had that happen, I think once the water itself has evaporated thats what you get. I dont actually know for sure.

That's probably what happened . If you've been using it for a few days it has evaporated . I lived in Phoenix for awhile and it can happen !

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I'm not sure, because its the same height as when it was fresh. I have other stuff months at a time and this never happend. All under the same conditions.

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That is interesting... I've not seen that happen either. Most importantly though... Is it still working? Did it strip the paint and leave the plastic?

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I put a Crown Vic taxi into my own purple pond a week ago. I now have the same thing and the box was sealed. It didn't even remove the paint or chrome.

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That is interesting... I've not seen that happen either. Most importantly though... Is it still working? Did it strip the paint and leave the plastic?

That's what I'm waiting on.

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can you show us a pic of the container to see if its the same stuff I use?

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It's in the first post

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It's in the first post

I think he means the Purple Power container with the label.

Edited by sjordan2

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Did you dunk Barney in your pond ? :)

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Ah, welli throw those away once I dump it in the shoe box

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I once had Wesleys left in an open container gel up like that over time. But yours went much quicker in the dry air. I'd just add water to it until it becomes liquid again

Edited by Tom Geiger

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Joshua, Was it covered, or did you leave it open?

If not covered, it will evaporate quickly. As it evaporates/dehydrates it gels.

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I have had that happen if you leave it open to long...

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Covered as always. Like I said before I have had other stuff for months under the same conditions.

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