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Test Sure 9 in 1 Drinking Water Test Kit (9 strips) - Water Quality Test for Lead, Flouride, Copper, pH, Iron, Free Chlorine, Total Hardness, Nitrite

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Test Sure's 9 in 1 drinking water test kit is the most comprehensive way for you to protect yourself from harmful toxins that can be found in drinking water. Our test measures a wide range of harmful chemicals that are found in drinking water. TestSure's 9 in 1 water test strips are laboratory grade test strips allowing you to test any water source for 9 specific harmful contaminants. Each parameter has different cutoff levels defined by the EPA as being a potential threat to overall health. It tests for lead, fluoride*, copper. pH, chlorine, nitrite, iron, alkalinity and water hardness. Test Sure highly recommends that you conduct multiple tests of your drinking water over the course of a few weeks. Levels of these parameters can vary greatly from day to day, especially if you have old pipes or drink from pubic water. Our test kit includes 9 test strips in the box. 1 Strip for each source. For the best results, track your measurements over time to determine the overall quality of your drinking water. If you notice harmful levels in any of these tests, consider buying a filtration system to protect yourself and your family from long term health concerns. This is especially the case if you have small children or you are pregnant. DIRECTIONS FOR USE Dip the test strip into a water sample for 1 second. Do not shake excess water from the test strip. Hold the strip level for 10 seconds and then compare the results to the color chart. Note: Use immediately once the foil bag has been opened. * The fluoride test strips require hydrochloric acid to conduct an accurate test. The pH of the water must be below 1 to get an accurate reading, which requires the water to be diluted with hydrochloric acid

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