What is diomataceous earth?
Commercially available diatomaceous earth is said to contain 80–90% silica, several other trace minerals, and small amounts of iron oxide (rust). Diatomaceous earth is a type of sand that consists of fossilized algae. It's rich in silica, a substance that has many industrial uses
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