The production method utilized by Utopia-Silver and Purest Colloids (Mesosilver) pretty much atomizes the silver, resulting in particles whose diameter range in size down to 2 1/2 the diameter of a single silver atom. Electrolysis cannot come anywhere near that. I have seen the lab results that prove that the production methods I refer to result in silver particles as small as 0.65 nanometer and below. That is not marketing hype like you see on many ionic solution websites, all of which try to convince us that their product is somehow uniquely superior. Perhaps the most laughable is the "atomic sized" particles promoted by the
Goldgevity folks, who first burst onto the scene claiming that they produced single silver atoms from a secret process revealed to them by aliens (I kid you not!). They also offered a booklet on transmuting lead into gold. And, tellingly, they did not know the difference between particles and parts per million.
Have you not seen the Purest Colloid chart where they measured particle size of home made silver as well as most of the popular commercial ionic " Colloidal Silver " solutions? That is not marketing hype, my friend. I know the owner of that company too and I know for a fact that they invested a huge amount of money to create their testing lab. AND, I have seen some of the results duplicated by an independent lab.
A consensus that home brewed silver is better? Consensus of whom - home silve brewers or companies that make home generators? Not a consensus of people I consider to be truely knowledgeable about colloidal and ionic silver. The fact is that, with a couple of pricier exceptions, home machines cannot even come close to the best commercial ionic electrolysis producers, much less Utopia-Silver and Mesosilver.
Beyond that, I don't have the time to endlessly debate the subject. I have a presence in multiple forums and locations that requires much of my time helping people beat and avoid cancer and address a number of other health issues. I have a website of over 3,000 pages that has begged for updating that takes a huge amount of my time. I have made over 40,000 edits the past three months and have mile to go before I get close to being finished. And then there is the weekly newsletter I will be launching in about three weeks and the three books I have worked on and want to finish before my days on this earth are done - and father time keeps on ticking.
So, I have to beg off at this point. I have spent far too long already. I am confident in what I know and if you are confident in what you think, then so be it. By all means keep learning and contributing.