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These mofos are getting away with straight robbery charging 13 dollars for a bottle of some watered down salt.

Potassium Chloride is an ion rich solution that keeps probes and electrodes in ph meters hydrated and capable of conducting electric.

In this video, we will teach you how to make your own KCL storage solution using water and reagent grade potassium Chloride so you never have to purchase another overpriced bottle again.

Just to give you an idea of how much you’ll save, a single bottle of 8 ounces of 1M solution costs $13.00.

With this method, you can make 22 bottles of this same solution for $16.00 Now Apera charges $16 for a single 8 ounce bottle of 3M KCL solution, you can make 8 bottles at the same price.

Their margins are better than standing on the corner margins.

Link to Generator:

Tutorial on how to use pH meters:


  1. Can I use distilled water instead of R/O?

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