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Mayhems Biocides question

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So I'm setting up my loop and I bought some biocide. It is supposed to equal out my ph in my loop, so using the test strips I find my PH is a 4. Upon testing the biocide on a little cup of water, I find that by adding 10 drops it makes it a 1. So if the biocide makes things more acidic, and ideally I want a neutral loop, how do I achieve that?

Mayhems website only specifies it as a PH ballancer. I'm not a chemistry guy, but if something is basic, you add an acid to make it neutral, and vice versa. Is this biocide really able to do both?

I only tried 10 drops on the small cup of water because I had tried one drop at a time in my loop, AMD after 10 the color haven't changed at all.
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try bicarb.
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