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Old 10-09-2013, 03:39 AM   #31
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Originally Posted by phuff7129 View Post
I strongly suggest not using 5.2 pH buffer. Several water chemists on this website have done the science and this stuff just doesn't work. Feel free to search it under the brewing science category. Plus if you learn how to build your water properly there is no need for 5.2 pH buffer and your results will be dramatically better.
Exactly. Any pH 5.2 stabilizer product is just a band-aid. Download and use the spreadsheet and you won't need anything but the correct salts.

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