- Conveniently Packaged In Flip-Top, Leak-Proof VialPpH Test Range of 0 To 14
- Colorimetric Chart Is Conveniently Located On The Bottle Label
- Plastic PH Test Strip Construction
- 1 Vial Of 100 Strips
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Micro Essential Lab 9800 Plastic pH Test Strips, 0.0 - 14.0 pH 1 Vial of 100 strips
|Price:||$10.33 ($0.10 / Strip) & FREE Shipping|
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|Brand Name||Micro Essential Lab|
|Number of Items||6|
|Size||pH Range: 0.0 To 14.0|
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With the pHydrion strips, plain Fiji bottled water tested between a 3-4 pH while the Fiji bottle claims it is a 7.8 pH. Also, the color of the pHydrion strips does not change consistently throughout the strip. In fact, anything under a pH of 8 will only change the edges of the litmus paper such that the edges will be green while the center remains peach/orange/yellow.
The Nature2's Spa Test Strips appear to work the best for testing water. They appear to be relatively accurate; unfortunately, these strips don't test pH above an 8.
I saw a commercial today that said that reverse osmosis makes water acidic. I recently switched to reverse osmosis water thinking I was helping my health, but now I see I'm making my body more acidic. :(
After see the commercial I dug out these strips to test my reverse osmosis water against my tap water. And they worked.
My tap water tested at around 7pH and my reverse osmosis water tested around 5 pH. :(
After testing the water I decided I would order a new container since the ones I have expired at the end of last month.That's when I read the comments about people having trouble with them working in water.
After reading those comments I did another test and I added baking soda to tap water, which as someone else said should have made the water very alkaline. And it did. The tap water with baking soda came out around 9 pH.
So, I'm happy with these strips and am ordering again.
To people who said the strip didn't change color, my take is that whatever you were testing was at a 5 or 6 pH, which is the base color of these strips. Also, be sure you are putting the yellowish end in whatever it is you are testing.
I think the color chart is good for generalizing your results (very acid, acid, neutral, alkaline, very alkaline). But yes, it can be difficult to distinguish between, say, an 8 pH and a 9pH. But at that point you can easily tell that the solution is alkaline, versus acid, neutral or very alkaline. But if you need an extremely accurate reading, you should probably have the work done at a lab.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Originally bought for a science project but now being used to check ph levels of water to decide which water to bring into the home from the store.Published 6 months ago by Gi-Gi
perfect! I use these to test the pH level for my daughters NG tube placement. thanksPublished 12 months ago by Erin Dixon
I got this for my step son's school assignment and he used it for soil at different locations and this worked perfectly for him. I would recommendPublished 20 months ago by Janalee
love the volume and the wide range. However with the wide range it can be harder to tell with some close ph ranges.Published 20 months ago by beercook