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    Taylor 2006 Reagent Reuse

    2nd year TFPCer's simple question -
    Can I use the reagents from last summer or do I need to replace them when I re-open in the spring?
    They were stored in the garage all winter.
    Thanks!
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    Re: Taylor 2006 Reagent Reuse

    Quote Originally Posted by Raymundo View Post
    2nd year TFPCer's simple question -
    Can I use the reagents from last summer or do I need to replace them when I re-open in the spring?
    They were stored in the garage all winter.
    Thanks!
    Is the garage heated or temperature controlled in anyway?

    See this link - http://www.taylortechnologies.com/Ch...SP?ContentID=2

    They are probably good. In the future, the kit should be stored indoors in a cool dark space.
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    Re: Taylor 2006 Reagent Reuse

    Thanks for the link and information. I think it will be ok to use.
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    Re: Taylor 2006 Reagent Reuse

    Look at the plastic bottles. If any of them are discolored, the reagent inside is bad. And if you get any readings that are way out of whack, it might be worth a dash to the local pool store to pick up the iffy reagent. They're standard Taylor reagents.
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