I've bought Pentosin G12 Coolant Additive which is UV reactive and after I fill my system I'd like to use a UV light to check for leaks. Last night I checked Lowe's but they didn't sell any UV light bulbs or any kind of UV light.
Where would I get one of these? Walmart?
Also, would this mixture work for my coolant: (?)
Pentosin G12 (mixed at 1:9 ratio)
PetraTech's PT Nuke Biocide (just a few drops?)
You don't want a UV light blub near a PC since they get very hot. Get a CCFL (Cold Cathode tube) or UV LEDs instead.
Distilled water becomes "normal water" again overtime since it absorbs ions in metals and air.
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Here's what you do. Go to Radioshack, go to the corner with all the Thermaltake stuff and grab the Dual UV CCFL kit ($14.59 here) it's made to hook up in a PC. They are probably the best black lights I've ever had. Makes everything UV reactive on my mobo SHINE WITH THE POWER OF AWESOME.
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