An aluminum foil has become an increasingly popular product in the home décor industry, with consumers spending thousands of dollars a year on the product.
Now a Toronto scientist says it could be cheaper than using the material itself, and potentially much cheaper.
The Toronto-based firm, Telsa Inc., says the aluminum foil used in its products is 3.6 times more expensive than the price of the raw material it uses to manufacture the product, aluminum sulfite.
Its aluminum foil comes from a process called “bismuth-tin” that is often made by the metal-working industry.
Telsas is one of the leading producers of aluminum foil.
But the company’s new aluminum foil is made from the most expensive aluminum sulfites in the world, according to a company press release.
The company has not disclosed the price, but a price of about $10 per pound is considered the lowest.
Telsa’s aluminum foil can be used to create a range of products including dishwashing liquid, a gel for children’s hands and dental paste, according the company.
It also comes in a range to the more expensive aluminium sulfite, and is more resistant to corrosion than the cheaper sulfite that is used in commercial applications.
Tens of thousands of people worldwide have purchased Telsasec aluminum foil, the company said.