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    product called pH Down

    I have a product called pH Down.
    Active ingredient sodium Bisulfate 93.2%
    Other ingredients 6.8%

    Must be old, before my TFP days. I’d like to get it off my shelf.
    Any reason I shouldn’t use it to lower my pH when that is indicated?
    We don’t like to have it on hand for some other reason, right?

    Thanks
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    Re: product called pH Down

    It's just dry acid. Nothing wrong with it except maybe the price relative to MA.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sodium_bisulfate
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