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disinfect water 04 Apr 2021 13:29 #68527

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does anyone have a recipe on how to disinfect river water or rainwater with MMS?
How many drops for 1 liter of water?
Is it 100% okay to drink?
 

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disinfect water 04 Apr 2021 17:30 #68529

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I would still filter the water before drinking it. I think 1 drop CDS per liter should be enough to disinfect water (please correct me if I'm wrong), but you can't get coarser dirt and heavy metals out of the water, so you should still use a water filter.

From experience I can say that this water filter (unlike many others) can really lower the PPM value of the water drastically. www.amazon.com/FS-TFC-Super-high-Precision-Purification-Preparedness/dp/B087N3P6Q2/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=water+purifier+0%2C0001+micron&qid=1617556969&sr=8-1

And I would first disinfect the water with CDS and then filter it, in that way you can really be sure that you do not have to drink dirty water on camping or trekking trips. By the way, rainwater is "relatively" clean (with us/Germany it has about 9 PPM), although it also depends on the location and where you are (so keyword air pollution/chemtrails etc.).

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disinfect water 05 Apr 2021 14:44 #68544

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thanks for the reply!
I wonder if 1 drop of CDS is really enough?
How long can I have this water in stock if e.g. made 100 liters of water and would put 100 drops of CDS in it, could I use it for 1 month, or should I add some more CDS in between?
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disinfect water 06 Apr 2021 00:25 #68551

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Look on pages 4 and 5 in this PDF file.  

If adding CDS to a large supply of water, you could measure CLO2 ppm with low range CLO2 test strips. Then you would know when to add more CDS.
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disinfect water 06 Apr 2021 07:28 #68557

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many thanks!!
What about the pool, how many drops of what should I add for 3500 gallons of water (or 1 gallon)? Since the pool is open, do I have to add MMS every day?
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disinfect water 06 Apr 2021 08:42 #68559

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Well, that is a lot of water. I think CLO2 is used for swimming pools. Look into that and let us know what you find. Thanks. 

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disinfect water 06 Apr 2021 09:10 #68560

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many thanks!!
if you put inactivated MMS in water, how is it activated in water then because there is no acid?

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disinfect water 07 Apr 2021 09:08 #68574

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I am not sure Marti, but somehow MMS will slowly release CLO2 into the water. If you put just CLO2 into water, it would quickly evaporate. 

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disinfect water 09 Apr 2021 13:58 #68601

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thanks for the reply!
You make NaClO2 powder with distilled water, according to the recipe and you call it MMS. Distilled water has a pH of about 5 (it is acidic), and ordinary tap water has a pH of 7 and above (it is basic). If MMS is activated in water, why not activate MMS that is also in water?
all the best and thanks again for the answers!

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