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Best Answer Anonymiss , 27 November 2019 - 11:41 PM

It's 220 grams for salt attachicon.gif15748889530034601079609374863962.jpg

And water it says 208grams
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Okay I'll stick to grams because i can round the made liquid to nearest gram :D and I'll know how much in now the I have a 10ml

 
That's the way :)

Well almost ;)

You want grams (weight) for the salt, and litres or ml (volume) for the liquid.

You should measure the final volume though, not how much water you add, because 220 grams of salt plus 200 ml of water will probably be more than 200 ml in total.

With your 220 grams of salt, if you make the total volume up to 440 ml then you'll have 0.5 g/ml, so 3 grams would require 6 ml. Go to the full post


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Posted 27 November 2019 - 09:06 PM

Okay I'll weigh the Epsom and tear the jug off but j can only give weight in grams it doesn't read 1.2 or 1.3 ...

Two mins and I'll be back
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Posted 27 November 2019 - 10:08 PM

It's 220 grams for salt Attached File  15748889530034601079609374863962.jpg   48.37KB   1 downloads

And water it says 208grams
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Okay I'll stick to grams because i can round the made liquid to nearest gram :D and I'll know how much in now the I have a 10ml
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Posted 27 November 2019 - 11:41 PM   Best Answer

It's 220 grams for salt attachicon.gif15748889530034601079609374863962.jpg

And water it says 208grams
attachicon.gif15748890855625351754439662959851.jpg

Okay I'll stick to grams because i can round the made liquid to nearest gram :D and I'll know how much in now the I have a 10ml

 
That's the way :)

Well almost ;)

You want grams (weight) for the salt, and litres or ml (volume) for the liquid.

You should measure the final volume though, not how much water you add, because 220 grams of salt plus 200 ml of water will probably be more than 200 ml in total.

With your 220 grams of salt, if you make the total volume up to 440 ml then you'll have 0.5 g/ml, so 3 grams would require 6 ml.
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Posted 28 November 2019 - 06:21 AM


That's the way :)

Well almost ;)

You want grams (weight) for the salt, and litres or ml (volume) for the liquid.

You should measure the final volume though, not how much water you add, because 220 grams of salt plus 200 ml of water will probably be more than 200 ml in total.

With your 220 grams of salt, if you make the total volume up to 440 ml then you'll have 0.5 g/ml, so 3 grams would require 6 ml.


Thanks missy so much buddy
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