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Re: Acid to reduce carbonate buffering



> > I've recently conducted a small experiment where I added a drop of 
sulfuric
>  > acid to a sample of water with an initial KH of 6. I measured the KH 
after
>  > the addition, and found that it dropped to 0. So my question is, if only
>  > enough strong acid is added to decrease the KH of the water to somewhere
>  >
 
I will trade you my water for your water, any day of the week.  My hardness 
level is 286 ppm, and my KH runs around 16.  I would kill or die to have 
water coming out of the tap at KH 6.  Why would you want to reduce it further?