I have followed the video of Andreas Kaulker exactly. I’ve rewatched the video at least 10 times to make sure I am following it iperfectly. The first time I ended up with 100 ppm so I tried different jars and got 300 ppm. The third time, I bought the exact jar that he uses in the video. I used silicone seals for the jar. I ended up with 300 ppm. Last night I tried for the 4th time by using the same jar but with the rubber type seal that came with it as well as plastic wrap to cover the rubber to try and ensure an even tighter seal and because I read something about not using rubber. 14 hours later my parts per million is 5. Every time, the liquid has turned a very bright yellow and yet my parts per million is nowhere near 3000. I have continued to throw out batch after batch and have wasted about $30 worth of product and have purchased over $30 worth of various supplies trying to get the right thing. Can someone please help me to make this correctly? I am not willing to spend $35 for a 4 day supply bottle of CDS, which is what I did at first. I have also read all of the information on www.MMSinfo.org and I’m still no closer to being able to correctly make a batch.
I suggest you make CDH4000 instead. You almost cannot fail.
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My sister bought something online that is supposed to test parts per million. I told her I wasn’t sure if that was the correct thing to use, but she used it on a purchased bottle of CDS that had already been opened in the fridge a week or so, end it tested at 2600 ppm. I’m wondering if that meter is wrong. I seem to be making poor decisions/choices lately. I will order the test strips to check it that way. CLO2 - I have also sent you a message through mMSinfo.org. Thank you for all of the information you supply on that site! Truthquester - Thank you for the info, I will look more into that because I am always worried about making mistakes, especially when it comes to something like this. It is, after all pretty scary! I wish I had a mentor to talk me through this stuff.
2600 ppm CLO2 concentration sounds right for a purchased bottle of 3000 ppm CDS. But, I don't know what measuring device was used to measure the ppm, so can't be sure that the measurement is correct. If you can find out what measuring device was used, that would be helpful. Thanks.
It was called TDS & EC and it was definitely wrong! I just got the test strips today and tested the solution I had made previously and it is at 1500ppm - and I made the last batch the night before I posted so it would probably have lost a lot of strength. Thank you for your method/containers to make it. I am going to try your other ways too!
TDS means Total Dissolved Solids, such as minerals in water.
EC means Electrical Conductivity.
Obviously, a TDS/EC meter can't measure chlorine dioxide concentration.
If you are using LaMotte 0-500 ppm high range test strips, and diluting a test sample 1 part CDS to 59 parts water, 3000 ppm CDS will be the color at the 50 ppm calibration. In that color range, it is easier to see variations than if using less dilution and trying to color match at the 500 ppm color.
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