Once upon a time, I was at an Orchid Dinner in Tucson, and there was
given a bottle of Cupronil. I did not know its history, and was
thankful for the gift. I immediately began to use it, and although
others questioned me, I just continued to use it, and have not had
the curse of fire stain or fire scale.
Some long time later, I read right here on Orchid that Lee Epperson
was involved. By that time I had met Lee personally here in San
Diego at a location he regularly sells his incredible treasures. One
day I asked if he was the gent who gave me the original gift, and yes
indeed it was.
I knew it was win/win in all ways. I totally validate its value in
doing exactly what it is supposed to do.
For those using Prips and other substances, the easiest way to
properly place it, is via a nasal plunge type spray device. It
sprays a fine sheet all over your piece, crevices and all. Far easier
than a brush. Don’t forget spray both top and bottom. Easy to clean
out, and fits nicely into the hand.
Thanks Beth and Lee,