strips provide simple testing for your water, pool and spa giving you clear
reading on various chemical componets with precise results on the following:
Alkalinity, Free Chlorine, Ph, Total Hardness, Total Chlorine, Cyanuric, Acid,
Nitrite, Bromine, Copper, Lead, Iron, Chromium, Ammonia.
1) Take a
sample of water in a clean cup and simply dip the strip into the water and
2) Hold horizontally for 30secs.(do not shake excess water from strips) then
compare the strips to the color chart for Total Alkalinity,Free Chlorine, Ph,
Total Hardness, Total Chlorine, Cyanuric Acid, Nitrite,Nitrate and Bromine (in
that order) and treat your water if necessary and then do a re-test before
using your water.
3) Always keep the cap tight on your strips container in betwnn uses to keep
the strips clean, fresh as well as to prevent it from spilling.
Remember to keep the strips in
a cool, dry place and away from direct sunlight. Leave the packet of drying
agent in the container at all times, to keep the strips in their best
condition. This applies to all our water test strips including 14 parameters
water test strips 9 in 1 Drinking Water 6 in 1 aquarium 4 in 1 Pool & Spa
Strips water test kits.
Throughout the world, unsafe water is the source of health problems and high
mortality rates. In the United States, we assume that our water is safe for
ourselves, our family, our pets, plants and more. However, the following
statistics may surprise you.
the U.S.: Over 2/3 of the estuaries and bays are badly degraded from nitrogen
and phosphorous pollution
45% of our streams, 47% of our lakes, and 32% of our bays are polluted. 45% of our rivers are too polluted for fishing, swimming or marine life.
We use over 2.2 billion lbs of pesticides annually that in time wash into our
rivers and lakes. Over 73 different pesticides have been found in the
groundwater that eventually ends up in our drinking water; failing septic systems throughout the country cause untreated waste to flow
into streams, rivers, and lakes. Over 1.2 trillion gallons of sewage,
groundwater, and industrial waste are released into our waters annually.