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Bring peace of mind with this complete water analysis kit. When you live on a farm and have your own well there is always a little bit of worry. What is in my drinking in our water?
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Is my water safe?
Actually anywhere you live it would be a concern.
I have to admit I was a little excited when I received this test kit in the mail from watertestingkits.com. Who wouldn’t be? I got to be a scientist and run a few tests. It was fun! I know my grandkids would have enjoyed it with me, had they have been here.
The test didn’t take long. The testing is very simple and the directions explain it all very well.
The bacteria test was the only one that took an extended amount of time. You had to fill up the test tube with water, drop in a tablet, and put the tube into a warm place for 48 hours. After that amount of time you check the color of the water in the tube to see if you have bacteria in your water. I am really happy to report that ours came out clean with no bacteria.
Included in this testing kit is a test strip for lead, pesticides, iron, copper, alkalinity (ph hardness), chlorine, nitrates & nitrites. To test for these in the water is as simple as filling the little test vile and dipping in the test strip. After a designated wait time or as simply as swirling the strip around in the water. You then take the test strip out of the water and put it on your test sheet. This sheet tells you by looking at the color how your water is doing.
Although I had a fun time doing this test on my well water, I am even more relieved to know that I have good drinking water in my home. It is peace of mind to know that it is safe for me and my family. Thank you to the people at Watertestingkits.com for coming up with this awesome affordable product.
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