Join Date: Feb 2006
Location: San Francisco, CA
Purigen and Baking soda
When regenerating purigen, can you buffer it using baking soda?
In my chemistry class, one rule of thumb was the throw baking soda onto a surface in which a base or acid was spilled. Or to mix the baking soda with water to make it pasty and apply it to yourself where you got hit.
And baking soda is a salt. So, wouldn't the baking soda neutralize the purigen ENOUGH that a good rinse will take out problems?