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Steve P
(swillhiker) - F
Aquamira and drink mix on 07/31/2013 17:17:33 MDT Print View

Ok, I tried my darndest to search this but no luck. So....

I use Aquamira Drops to treat my water, and then after waiting I add some Hammer Perpetum. My question is, do I need to wait to add the drink mix, or can I add it while the water is treating?

(BTW, I know that I CAN do whatever I like with my water. I'm just wondering if it is written anywhere from Aquamira or another source that this makes AM less effective.)

Andrew F
(andrew.f) - F - M

Locale: San Francisco Bay Area
Re: Aquamira and drink mix on 07/31/2013 17:56:14 MDT Print View

Turbidity (cloudy water) reduces the effectiveness of ClO2. I wait the prescribed time before adding Perpetuem to water treated with Aqua Mira.

James Marco
(jamesdmarco) - MLife

Locale: Finger Lakes
Re: Aquamira and drink mix on 07/31/2013 19:31:00 MDT Print View

Generally, most fruity flavors have some acid in them. This could render the AM, drops and tabs, inefective.Sorry, I do not know the concentrations.

Bob Gross
(--B.G.--) - F

Locale: Silicon Valley
Re: Aquamira and drink mix on 07/31/2013 23:12:18 MDT Print View

You need to wait the prescribed time before adding other ingredients or consuming the water.

--B.G.--

Steve P
(swillhiker) - F
Thank you all on 08/02/2013 03:33:32 MDT Print View

Not what I wanted to hear, but as I suspected. Thank you all for getting back to me.

Edited by swillhiker on 08/02/2013 03:34:20 MDT.