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How do you make water pH neutral?

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2008-11-19 02:01:52
2008-11-19 02:01:52

* If the water is acidic add a bit of bicarb of soda

* If the water is alkali add a drop of vinegar to your water filter

You won't be able to taste these if you put them in in right quantities.

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