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    I need to lower my PH

    I need to lower my PH and wanted to know if this is what I should buy.

    http://www.homedepot.com/h_d1/N-5yc1v/R ... ogId=10053

    at the moment my PH is 8.2.

    thanks
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    Re: I need to lower my PH

    Yes, that will work.
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    Re: I need to lower my PH

    That's the stuff. The MSDS shows 31.45% Muriatic Acid.

    Try to stay upwind when you open it. Or else you'll remember to next time!
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    Re: I need to lower my PH

    Quote Originally Posted by Richard320
    That's the stuff. The MSDS shows 31.45% Muriatic Acid.

    Try to stay upwind when you open it. Or else you'll remember to next time!
    No doubt! The first time I was measuring out some MA, I did it in my garage and almost knocked myself out! I RESPECT the MA from now on!
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