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H2o2 ppm discrepencies

So I was just on the Float Tank Association site, and it said 1. Hydrogen Peroxide (in ppm) – Min-Max: 20-100, Ideal Range: 30-40 I believe most places keep theirs between 80-100?...
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Float Enthusiast

Testing float solutions

Hello, I'm working with my local pool supply store to get more information about what test kits work best for float tank solutions. Currently, we employ BaquaSpa test strips, Taylor ph and alkalinity liquid kits, and a BaquaSpa liquid kit utilizing ...
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Float Enthusiast

Low h2o2 and bubbles

Our h2o2 ppm test strip readings have been low, between 3-10 (used to be between 30-80), despite dumping in more than a few cups of 35% in at a time (from a new batch). There have been lots of bubbles tho. So I'm thinking the quality of the h2o2 we'r...
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Low PH

Hello! My PH seems to be low...around 5.8. Not sure what it is? Any ideas on what can lower the PH and what to use to bring it back up? Baking soda?...
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Balancing pH and total alkalinity

The pH was low in my tanks, so I have tried to raise it with soda ash (sodium carbonate). After putting in rather more than I expected (13 Tbsp so far) the pH has edged up just enough, but my total alkalinity is now through the room (300+). Pool guid...
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PH Levels & Hydrogen Peroxide with ozonator?

Hey there, does anyone know if it's a good idea to be adding Hyrogen Peroxide & checking my PH levels in my cabins if I use an ozonator while I fileter? Is it overkill? Thanks! Joey...
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Float Enthusiast

Burning sensation?

Hi Floating community, A woman in her late 60's floated for the first time, but got out after 20 minutes complaining about a burning sensation in her private area. She doesn't know if she may have a cut or an infection, if she doesn't could it be a ...
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Too much H2O2

We have a tank with too much H2O2 in it. Do we need to drain, or is there a way to break down the H2O2 quickly? I haven't visited the tank, but here's the info I have: Test strips show 15ppm of peroxide 2 gallons of 35% were recently added Wat...
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Float Expert

H2O2 test strip reading

Funny, I have these nice QuantoFix hydrogen peroxide test strips, and I don't know what number I want it to read :) looks like the scale goes between 1 and 100, with color readings at 1, 3, 10, 30, and 100 Anybuddy know?...
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How does one know it's time to change the solution?

I'm interested in learning what is known. Someone on the yahoo group wrote that when you get ph bounce that's difficult to control, it is time. If that is the case it would be helpful to know why the ph wouldn't remain stable. I don't see it discus...
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