Originally Posted by oogaboogachiefwalkingdeer
No they never were the same. I used One step no rinse I got from the hbs. How do you check for oxidization ? Thanks Mike
I was taught to pour a sample into a wine glass and then hold a piece of white paper behind the glass. Tilt the glass so the fluid level is at an angle and look at the outer most aspect of the liquid, where the color of the liquid transitions to the white of the background. As you visually go from liquid to white background you would want to notice the very outer part of the liquid, make sure the sample is tilted. That outer aspect where it touches the glass as tilted and looked at against a white backgroung....is the area that will tell you if the liquid is oxidized. If that area is clear the liquid is fine, but if that area has a brown tint to it then the liquid is oxidized. Works like a charm.