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    Taylor 2006 Test Kit...

    Have received kit quite some time ago and am missing the "dipper" and wondering what the capacity of said dipper is so I can use a suitable replacement... Thanks... Sam...

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    Re: Taylor 2006 Test Kit...

    Got a popsicle stick? A little round pile the width of it ought to be enough. As long as you see Barbie pink water with one or two undissolved granules in it, you have enough.

    Order a new one. Might as well see what reagents you need to restock, too, since the postage will exceed the cost of the dipper otherwise.
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    Re: Taylor 2006 Test Kit...

    Those spoons are really really small, much narrower than a popsicle stick. I think of it as a pinch, but it is actually smaller than the "official" pinch.
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    Re: Taylor 2006 Test Kit...

    Thanks All got it and the test came out right...

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