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I love how these idiots get a brand new product and start boosting it with all sorts of shit before ever giving it a chance... like going to a restaurant and adding a bunch of salt and pepper and hot sauce before even trying the dish ..
Lame trash talking

Nowhere does that product describe having any relation to urine spot removal. So I tried mixing some vol40 with it. Shame on me
 
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Lame trash talking

Nowhere does that product describe having any relation to urine spot removal. So I tried mixing some vol40 with it. Shame on me

Correct, use another product.

Why would you compromise something you are testing A/B with?




you must have ate the whole fooking crib, I swear.
 

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I think my water may have been too cold that day. I mix 36 oz at a time and use a 8:1 in a 7 liter HF. I get 12 gal RTU. Seems to be working just fine. It likes warm-hot water.
That seems excessive. The instructions I read (not specific to 4-1 or 8-1) are 8 scoops per 5 liter hf. 16 ounces. If you are putting 36 ounces in a 7 liter hf I think you will have paste.
 

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That seems excessive. The instructions I read (not specific to 4-1 or 8-1) are 8 scoops per 5 liter hf. 16 ounces. If you are putting 36 ounces in a 7 liter hf I think you will have paste.
Like I said, I don't have an issue. on my 7 liter HF, 8:1 = 12 gallons which = 3 oz per gallon
 

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I think my water may have been too cold that day. I mix 36 oz at a time and use a 8:1 in a 7 liter HF. I get 12 gal RTU. Seems to be working just fine. It likes warm-hot water.
Why do you add more than the recommended amount? 7 quartz should be 11 scoops. Have you tried to see if ya get the desired result by using the suggested amounts? Trust the micro robots...
 
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Why do you add more than the recommended amount? 7 liter should be 11 scoops. Have you tried to see if ya get the desired result by using the suggested amounts? Trust the micro robots...
WTF are you talking about? The scooper is 3 oz's, my HF puts out 12 gal RTU. Prochem needs to make the instructions with ounces, not scoops. I'm not going to stand there and count 12 scoops. It's faster and more accurate to use a measuring cup. I measured the scoop to be about 3 oz's. I'm not discussing this anymore.

Don't answer me because I won't respond. It's too early to deal with this crap. I need some coffee!
 
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WTF are you talking about? The scooper is 3 oz's, my HF puts out 12 gal RTU. Prochem needs to make the instructions with ounces, not scoops. I'm not going to stand there and count 12 scoops. It's faster and more accurate to use a measuring cup. I measured the scoop to be about 3 oz's. I'm not discussing this anymore.

Don't answer me because I won't respond. It's too early to deal with this crap. I need some coffee!
One lump or two?
 

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So, again you put 36 ounces of UE in 5 quarts if tepid water and wondered why it didnt all go into solution?



and you want to drive my golfcart.....lol
 

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