Thank you, Steve. It is the UNactivated that I'm referring to and I appreciate your response!
I have seen here and elsewhere that people put a few drops into a quart of water, but with 3 tiny pets, they don't go through that much and it can sit out for a day or more, actually, going through the fountain-pumped ceramic that I keep available for them.
Have wanted to avoid having it not drunk for many hours, disippating, perhaps, not knowing if/when the UNactivated MMS mixed in distilled water breaks down.
Previous reply here said it would be no good after 5 minutes. I can't help but wonder if that is regarding activated MMS -- maybe I haven't stressed enough that I was referring to
UNactivated because the "5 minute" seems to fit for the activated solution.
I think I will set the fountain aside and put out a much smaller water bowl with a drop of UNactivated MMS, as you mention, and plan on refilling it as needed through the day/night.
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