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Wine Making pH Test Strips, 2.8-4.4 Range, 100 Strips

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Brand Name hBARSCI
Color White
EAN 0798527078885
Is Recalled? N
Number of Items 1
Part Number WINETEST
UNSPSC Code 41113034
UPC 798527078885

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Product Features

  • 100 strips per vial
  • Measures pH from 2.8 to 4.4

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 1.2 x 1.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00DDWR4AQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,905 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific)

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  • Wine Making pH Test Strips, 2.8-4.4 Range, 100 Strips
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Product Description

Includes: (100) Strips of pH Testing Paper

This is the perfect pH paper for testing your water during the wine making process. You just place a drop of water on the end and then match it up against the color coding chart. Much more economical than a pH pen.

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These strips are useful if you are monitoring pH in lower ranges to get a ball park idea of where you are. But the color differences are subtle and the color chart is not as helpful as you might like. When you start out at a pH of 4.0 for kombucha, it is subtle to see a change to, say 3.0. But if you don't want to shell out the bucks for an actual pH meter (which have their own calibration issues), these suffice nicely. So they work nicely if you also trust your experience.
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Bought these to test home-made kombucha. The range on these strips is narrow enough (and low enough) to test the brew before and after fermentation. Works perfectly for what I need. Result is easy to read and compare to scale printed on container.
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I'm using these for my kombucha brew. I am new to this and was a little worried about my first two brews. These strips assured me that I was on the right track and I could go ahead and drink the brew. Just what I needed.
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We bought these to use for testing kombucha, but the pH we need, 3.0, is not one of the values shown on the strips. There is 2.8 and 3.2, but no 3.0. If we had realized this, we would not have bought them. Price was good, but I wouldn't recommend them for anyone making their own kombucha.
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too hard to read pH with red wine. I will have to look at titration as a test.
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The strips dipped in kombucha do not match any of the colors on the vile, which makes it very confusing. I just have to try and figure out where on the color range the strip color falls. It doesn't match any of the colors.
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I tried these to test my newly done Merlot. But the test pad just took on the color of the wine. Merlot red. Then I checked them using vinegar (bright yellow) and tap water (bright blue) There's really nothing in the color scale that approaches red. So, I'm guessing the pigment in the wine is disguising whatever the real pH is.
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I have to assume the strips are reading correctly. Under that assumption I can now tell what ph my Kombucha is at. Very helpful.
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