Medium Sized (1-2mm) Water Absorbing Polymer Crystals.
These crystals are commonly used in Arts & Crafts, soil moisture management, and for providing safe hydration to feeder insects such as crickets and dubia roaches.
Water Absorbing Polymer Crystals absorbs over 400 times their weight in water. To use these water crystals for watering your feeder insects:
· Use 1 oz of Water Polymer Crystals by weight for each gallon of water. For smaller quantities use 1 teaspoon per 8oz of water.
· Allow to saturate for at least 1 hour.
· Strain off excess water before use.
Posted by Debra Lashley on 28th Aug 2016
So little used and it grew enormous. Only bought 8oz nd 1 tablespoon more than filled their dish!!!!
Posted by christy williams on 27th Jun 2016
works as advertised, would be nice to have an expected time for how long it takes to fully work and if cold or warm water is better.
Posted by anit on 19th Dec 2015
i only buy from u
Posted by Unknown on 14th Nov 2015
Works like a charm! I bought the small pack to test it out, having never uses water crystals before. I was surprised how much they expanded!
Posted by Unknown on 26th Sep 2015
Great product! Love the water crystals for my crickets and Dubia
Posted by Unknown on 21st Apr 2015
The water crystals are easy to use. 1 tsp of crystals and 8 ounces of water. Shake and wait 1/2 hour to an hour. Provide a great water source.
Posted by Unknown on 11th Feb 2015
Easy to use medium/large crystals. Work great for Dubia.
Posted by R. G. on 3rd Feb 2015
This was my first time using water crystals. I was AMAZED at how little it took to make a lot! That is, only a little bit of the crystals were needed at a time--they expand so much once water is added. And I didn't have to change them out every day like with paper towels, because they didn't get gross or dirty in my case (keep in mind that I did not have a lot of roaches, just 50). I still have a lot left over. Never going back to paper towels again, or buying the expensive Flukers Cricket Waterer from the pet store (and Flukers adds yellow dye to theirs, yuck!)