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This test is perfect for testing before and after the first ferment of kombucha. This roll has indicators at increments of .5 enable you to get a much more precise reading than a universal test paper roll. With vivid, easy to read color matches at .5, 1.0, 1.5, 2.0, 2.5, 3.0, 3.5, 4.0, 4.5, 5, and 5.5 you can zero in on the pH of your solution.
Testing Before For a safe brew that free from harmful microbes, ensure that the starting pH of your kombucha first fermentation is 4.5 or below. Note: If you need to lower the pH of your brew you can mix in small amounts of plain white vinegar. Retest until you reach a pH of 4.5 or below.
Testing After The target pH for kombucha thatâs ready to drink or bottle is 2.5-3.5
Paper roll is contained in a single plastic dispenser with an opening and closing mechanism, enabling an easy tear of the paper and longer storage by protecting the roll from the elements. This ensures long term stability and protection against the elements and ease of use like never before. Instructions (printed on the roll in both English and Spanish): Dip into solution Remove immediately Compare to color chart
You will receive a 16-foot roll of pH strips. You can cut the strips as big or as small as you need! No need for any messy chemicals, reagents, or calibration of strips (unlike pH meters). These are great for testing both kombucha and any liquid in the range of .5-5.5 pH including Classroom Demonstrations Hospital Laboratories General Laboratories, Industrial Testing Food Service Safety Testing Emergency Testing Agricultural Testing.
Testing your kombucha's pH is always a good idea - it can help you make sure your brew is free of bacteria and mold. Bartovation products are produced to be used in the most critical of applications to ensure they give you results you can trust.