Dynagel is part reality and part urban myth. It does an extremely good job of soaking up moisture from drywall or carpets, but the foam that you see in the ocean is called seafoam and it has always been around. I have lived in Florida over 50 years and spent my childhood at the gulf and atlantic beaches. Sea foam is even spoken of in old Sailor Tales. We have more pollution than you can imagine since I was a child and I hesitate to swim in the waters because of it now, but the sea foam has always been there.
-------------------- God commands. Laymen guess. Scientists record.
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