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Re: [APD] De-chloramination
I'm not even sure that consistency is all that important.
An advantage of a good quality thermometer is that you get
a reading very quickly while you are adjusting the hot and
cold water flow. Some fo the cheaper ones are slow to react
to temp changes.
Another way to go cheaply is to get a small stick-on,
color-change thermometer for a buck or two and stick that
on the faucet.
I think I first heard of the the stick-on method from
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--- Liz Wilhite <satirica at gmail_com> wrote:
> On 6/29/05, S. Hieber <shieber at yahoo_com> wrote:
> > A good digital thermometer is an easy way to check the
> > water temp from the at the sink before using the Python
> > fill the aquarium.
> I'm cheap -- I use a $5 instant read thermometer from
> the grocery store.
> You don't need theremometer accuracy -- you need
> precision. As long as the
> thermometer shows the same temp in the tank that you have
> running out the
> faucet you are okay. So the fact that this thermometer
> indicates the water
> in both places is 68F when its really 78F doesn't matter
> at all.
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