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Can I use colloidal silver to treat well water? If yes, how much should I add to a 55 gallon drum? Thanks. Mike
-- Mike (email@example.com), September 30, 1999
Yes, CS works well to prevent bacteria, mold and other stuff. We use it in the pet water (1 dish holds 1 gallon, the bucket holds 6 gallons).
We use a 'glurp' (about 2 tsp?) in the 1 gallon and 3 glurps (2 tbsp?) in the bucket. Neither have had anything grow in them -- and all we do is keep putting water in after taking the leaves out.
We also use CS in the water we're storing, though we probably don't have to since we distill it. We use about 1 tsp per gallon.
-- Dean -- from (almost) Duh Moines (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 30, 1999.
make your own cs generator; I did with stuff from radio shack. check out.....www.keelynet.com/biology/colloid.htm.
-- Larry (B4loe@msn.com), October 13, 1999.