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Making cleaner 20 May 2024 13:31 #82433

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So I have the 10 ml of MMS1 from making CDS. I kept it in the fridge. Now I'm wondering the best way to make it into a cleaner?

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Making cleaner 20 May 2024 23:47 #82439

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You could put the 10ml of spent CDS reactor solution into a small spray bottle.

You may want to dilute it 1 part plus 9 parts water for a 1:10 cleaning solution. 
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Making cleaner 23 May 2024 22:41 #82482

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A related question:  I am away from home, and brought lots of CDS with me.  Is it appropriate to use CDS as a vegetable cleaner, or does that require CD?  Thank you so much!

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A related question:  I am away from home, and brought lots of CDS with me.  Is it appropriate to use CDS as a vegetable cleaner, or does that require CD?  Thank you so much!


CDS would be a better choice for cleaning veggies than MMS1, because CDS has much more chlorine dioxide (CLO2) than MMS1, when used outside stomach acid. You can use full-strength CDS to clean veggies, but I would dilute it 1:10 .

The term 'CD' means Chlorine Dioxide, so 'CD' would apply to both CDS and MMS1. 
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Making cleaner 24 May 2024 00:19 #82484

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Thank you for the quick reply…..This will simplify things tremendously.  Is there some amount of time that the veggies should soak, do you think?

And a clarification.  If I were to use a liter of water to wash vegetables, are you advising people to use 100 ml of CDS?

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I would try 300ppm CDS as you described and soak veggies for a few minutes. 
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Thanks for your help. Us newbies appreciate it!

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