Sensor cleaning; Latest "scam artist" refuge

Discussion in 'Digital SLR' started by RichA, Jun 11, 2005.

  1. RichA

    Larry Guest

    Yeah.. I did the Filter test the HARD way... using the sensor!

    Anyhow, the brushes at CVS are "good to go" after a five minute session of
    washing/rinsing and they are only $2.99 with a reusable (c) ZipLock pouch.
     
    Larry, Jun 13, 2005
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  2. RichA

    Larry Guest

    These Words Are The TRUTH!

    We made coffee with this "super pure" water; ONCE!

    Once was enough.

    It is, however recommended for cleaning, sterilization, steam irons, clothes
    steamers ect., ect. In short, anything where you dont want the water to leave
    any type of impurity behind. (all our labware, which is used to test water
    purity, is rinsed several times with it, as well as using it to make lab
    standards for certain tests).

    It does have a rather low Ph and it doesn't taste good, it tastes like water
    with all the flavor removed.
     
    Larry, Jun 13, 2005
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    Michael Meissner, Jun 13, 2005
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  4. RichA

    PRAR Guest

    DERWENT Re: Sensor cleaning; Latest "scam artist" refuge
    Mon, 13 Jun 2005 08:55:21 -0400, Larry
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    Shouldn't pure water have a neutral pH?

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    PRAR, Jun 13, 2005
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  5. RichA

    Larry Guest

    Yes, but in the drinking water industry (in which I work) neutral Ph is
    considered LOW and not desired in your plumbing. 7.5 is considered nominal
    and though 7.0 is neutral and 7.5 seems only a little higher, it takes a
    gazzilion (scientific term <G>) hydrogen ions to make that difference, and
    7.0 is much more corossive to copper (home) plumbing and Iron (water
    company). So the Ph is held at 7.5 to 7.7 as a corrosion control measure.
    (also makes the water seem "sweeter")
     
    Larry, Jun 13, 2005
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  6. RichA

    Bob Guest

    Glad you told me, I won't bother trying it!
    That reminds me of a friend of mine who held up a glass of my tap water to the
    light and remarked, " Ah... I love the city, where the water is a meal in
    itself" !
     
    Bob, Jun 14, 2005
    #26
  7. No, no. The next big thing is LASER sensor cleaning.
     
    Brion K. Lienhart, Jun 16, 2005
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