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Old March 1, 2018   #5
Gin3ll
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Originally Posted by brownrexx View Post
Those store bought pH meters are not going to be accurate, no matter which brand that you buy.

I worked in a chemistry laboratory for 20 years and our pH meter was calibrated twice a day with standard solutions to ensure accuracy.

I would not waste my money on the store bought kind. Send a sample to a laboratory.
He's perfectly right. If you want a pH value read properly, a laboratory is your answer. (I'm a Biochemical Engineer)
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