I thinkl I remember reading in Andreas books that it's ok to store 3000 ppm CDS in a PET bottle, and to dilute it in a PET bottle. But I can't remember very well and I cna't find that part in the book now. So, can you do it? Is it a good idea? My CDS was sold to me in PET bottles and I use a PET bottle to take my doses during the day.
"CDS is best kept in glass bottles and at temperatures below 11°C (52°F). While you can easily transport it at room temperature in glass bottles, remember that it is a gas and will evaporate above 11°C. Amber colored pharmacy PET bottles have also produced acceptable results and are recommended for transport. Although PET is not suitable for
long-term storage of chlorine dioxide, it is relatively stable with CDS, thanks to its neutral pH."
I have measured the pH of CDS (undiluted with water) many times and it is acidic at about 4 pH, not neutral as AK says. I used a pH meter and two different paper pH test strips.
I always use glass to store MMS, CDS, CDH and DMSO.
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i took the ph of the solution and it was about 6... so that's more aceptable i suppose to be kept in pet bottles. but I'm going to order bottles today. I went to the drugstore but they didn't have stock.
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