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Thread: CC test with Taylor K2006

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    CC test with Taylor K2006

    When testing, I do as per the directions and the water is clear(CC test). If I wait a couple minutes before I dispose of the water, it seems to have a pink tint to it. Is this normal? I'm assuming I am OK and that the test's are to be read immediately?
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    Re: CC test with Taylor K2006

    Your are correct. The FC test will also turn back to pink slightly if you let it sit. 😎
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    Re: CC test with Taylor K2006

    ^^^What he said...+1.

    It is also explained here (Post #4, third bullet point in the Notes section) --> Extended Test Kit Directions
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    Re: CC test with Taylor K2006

    Thanks
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