Question. Was wondering, My sodium chlorite that I purchased a couple years ago and have stored in a glass bottle in a cool and dark place has turned a bit cloudy and has sediment on the bottom. I shake it and use it and still turns dark yellow when mixed with the activator. Still smells like mms lol. Anyone else see this and is it still good to use?
If you get ClO2 test strips (Amazon), you can test to see if you
are creating sufficient levels of ClO2.
I wouldn't think cloudiness is bad, but you might want to get fresh SCS.
The main problem could be that you don't know if it is contaminated or not.
Like maybe the bottle (plastic?) or cap degraded and added some chemicals
to the Sodium Chlorite. So it might create ClO2, but it theoretically could be
contaminated with some other chemicals that might not be good.
You would probably have to be a very knowledgeable chemist with some
experience and maybe equipment to figure out if it is "pure" or not.
Can't be too careful.
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