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New, Help Please! 24 Mar 2022 14:23 #74478

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I attempted to make my first batch of CDS. I followed Andreas' guildlines for using Hydrochloric Acid except I neglected to cool the mixture for 2 hours between rounds (his video didn't mention it but then I got his book yesterday and it does).

Anyway, when it was done, I diluted it 1ml to 9ml ratio solution to distilled water because my test strips only go to 500ppm. My test strips turned brown. ☹️

Anybody?

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New, Help Please! 25 Mar 2022 21:23 #74501

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@Kashka

I relatively new to the MMS/CDS world but started with making my own batches of CDS. I made about 6 to 8 batches using three different recipes. Used Andreas' recipe for the first batch but found it too time consuming (24 to 48 hours to complete). Then I started using CLO2's Quick method using one infusion in 3 hours time . This search link from this forum has many items about making Quick CDS. These are posts by CLO2 about using the Quick CDS method.

mmsforum.io/goto/search?query=quick%20CDS&searchuser=CLO2&exactname=1&searchdate=all&searchatdate=03/25/2022&childforums=1

This link includes PDF's you can download with the instructions.

As far as testing I use the LaMotte Insta-test #3002 test stripes. With the 0 to 500 range. From my experience your 1 to 9 ratio is way to tight.

I use the 1 to 30 ratio. So that 29 ml of non tape water (I use either reverse osmosis or bottled alkaline water) and 1 ml of your CDS concentrate. If the colour of my testing strip matches up with 100 on the 0 to 500 range I have 3,000 PPM CDS. So 100 x 30 = 3,000.

Even better is the 1 to 60 range. So 59 ml of non tape water and 1 ml of CDS concentrate. This time I want my the colour on my test strip to match with the 50 on the 0 to 500 range to give me 3,000 PPM CDS. So 50 x 60 = 3,000.     

mmsforum.io/goto/search?query=Test%20strips&searchuser=CLO2&exactname=1&searchdate=all&searchatdate=03/25/2022&childforums=1

This link also has a PDF explaining how to use test strips to make sure you are getting 3,000 PPM CDS.

Test strips turning brown doesn't sound good at all.

Jim
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New, Help Please! 31 Mar 2022 21:36 #74614

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I had the same thing happen to me and when I reduced it down with water it eventually turned the blackish color on the test strip. I dont know is this is good or bad.

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New, Help Please! 12 Jan 2023 00:50 #77421

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Hi JimH1954,

I cant see nothing in the links, could you send us the links updated please ?, I'm very interested, thank you

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New, Help Please! 12 Jan 2023 01:08 #77422

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New, Help Please! 17 Jan 2023 19:25 #77457

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I wouldn't trust anything that did not give me a valid test result.

You could try testing your test strips against a known quantity to make sure they are good.
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