Originally Posted by whitie63
[quote name="Mayhem" url="/t/1286896/mayhems-users-club/5620#post_21983905" i can only suggest that you clean and flush your system out and check the PH levels.
As for system flushing we have / are developing an excellent system flush system that will take your system to PH Neutral.
Mick as far as pH testing goes there are a few choices out there I chose one of the cheaper ones would just like your opinion as to whether it will work on your pastels I'm pretty sure it would work on Di water being as it is for freshwater have a look let me know
and another thought comes to mind maybe you all could make a pH test kit or rebrand one and sell it just an idea I don't know but it seems as though pH is pretty important here be nice to have a kit you could trust for all liquids that you sell thanks Chris[/quote]
Originally Posted by Mayhem
Mick as I was telling you earlier I did not buy a test meter I bought the cheap test strips and you said that they would be perfectly fine so now I stand here with my test strip it shows me at 6.2 I have ran both system one and system two of the Blitz cleaner to the letter. so now I'm asking what further action should I take thank you Chris
@whitie63 that method is fine we normally use cheap test strips our self for quick testing. We use our main Electrodes for in depth testing as they take time to clean. We are sourcing some cheap PH Electronic test meters right now that we can add to the cleaning kit so that it will not increase its value to much. We all ready include free test strips with our biocides.http://www.mayhems.co.uk/shop2/biocide-extreme-10ml.htmlEdited by whitie63 - 3/25/14 at 12:10pm