CLO2 wrote: Welcome to the club! I received the third order of syringe needles yesterday to be used with CDI. The first two I ordered won't work.
Could you further explain "won't work" in regards to syringe needles used with CDI?
I have yet to produce CDI (waiting for Andreas's book as drgreen has mysteriously vanished from the forum), but I will be. drgreen's experience with CDI would seem to indicate that injection is far more effective than oral ingestion.
I would also like to say that I'm very appreciative of your documentation of your investigative work. You're clear and concise, making repeat-ability very easily understood. I learn lots from your posts - thanks
The only glaring difference is the air pump WAS NOT on the lowest setting
The was no hard gas smell but I was wearing a 3M mask.
The reactor solution was a dark brown color starting...light yellow when finished
Distilled water was used in all areas.
The finished solution color is almost a dark yellow.
Counting those drops gets old....will a ppm test with just 1 drop solution to 10 drops DW work with the test as it is still a 1 to 10 ratio(or any 1-10 ratio)?
I guess I will run it again with the pump on low. So you think the gas is just blowing out and not taking? I know color is subjective, but the dark yellow should mean something....or not.
Pam, when using ph strips to verify the parts per million. my strips indicate 1 to 10. do I multiply this figure by 100 to get the strength and are we looking for parts per million for chlorine or are we checking ph level?
Vector, do you not have a 1mL or 3mL syringe? I get mine at the farm and pet store - find I can measure a lot easier that way. Just remember to keep them separate - ie, CA separate from MMS1, and a final MMS syringe, and a CDS syringe. (so, I have 4, for obvious reasons - but I also dose my cats) -
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