pH Test Strips for Wine Making, Homebrew, Acidity, 2.8 to 4.4 pH [Vial of 100 Plastic Strips]

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pH Test Strips for Wine Making, Homebrew, Acidity, 2.8 to 4.4 pH [Vial of 100 Plastic Strips]

from 6.99
  • 100 easy to use strips come in a vial with a vibrant color chart

  • Great for testing wine or Kombucha with ease

  • No messy chemicals, reagents, or calibration of strips necessary

  • NOT good for testing red wine or other solutions with a lot of color pigments present

  • Provides accurate results for anything in the pH range of 2.8-4.4

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Part Number: PPH13V100

UPC: 649910801224

Wine pH test strips are used to test the pH of the juice prior to fermentation, but can also be used to test the pH of kombucha tea.

To reduce the color effect on the test strip when testing red wine, use activated carbon (like that used in aquarium filters) to help take the color out of the solution sample. This method doesn’t appear to affect the pH of the solution. The strip may also be tested for efficacy by dipping it into a solution of one cup of water and a capful of vinegar.

Instructions:
Remove one test strip from the vial.
Dip the test pad into the solution being tested for 1-2 seconds.
Remove the test strip and compare against the color chart within 10-15 seconds. Do not let the test pad dry before reading against the color chart.