Saturday, September 10, 2016
HealthyWiser PH Meter review
This was a fun review to do! I am familiar with measuring PH and what it means, but in the past I've done it using PH strips and sticks, plastic and paper. The problem with strips is they have an expiration date, I assume they lose their accuracy if you keep them beyond their date, and you have to be concerned about how you store them, keeping them dry and a consistent temperature. Not to mention the expense, even if they are cheap to buy, if you throw them away unused, it's not a bargain.
Now that I have the PH meter, I don't have to worry about that again, I have a reliable measuring device that isn't going to go "out of date" or go bad because of how it's stored.
I collected several different sources of water, well water, well water stored in a plastic tank, stored and filtered well water, creek water and water that seeped up under the house (from the rains).
It was interesting to see the different measurements coming from each source of water. I am happy to see the water we drink and cook with is slightly alkaline. #HealthywiserpHmeter #WrethaReviews
I received this meter free in exchange for my review.
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