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What are some of the diffs between agglomerated and colmated corks?

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Agglomerated corks are corks made from the granulated by-products of natural cork production.  They're more economical alternatives to using natural cork.  They're bound together using pressurization and adhesive agents, you can think of it almost like the cork equivalent of particleboard.  Colmated corks are agglomerated corks that are processed using fine cork dust to fill in the gaps and holes that naturally occur due to agglomeration, thus yielding a more smooth and consistent-looking cork.
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The Colmated wine cork is a 90% all natural punched cork plus 10% FDA approved all natural glue mixed with cork powder.
The fully agglomerated wine cork is individually molded from cork granules of uniform size
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Please keep in mind that AG and COL corks do have a limited shelf life in the bottle.  they do break down after a couple of years.  Please consider that in bottling your product.
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How do you price the number of corks you sell? 100 hundred? 2, 3 ,4 5,etc... Let say, if I want to buy 200 agglomerated corks, how much would you charge me?

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Vanina Yacco

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