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Unread 01/07/2022, 06:03 AM   #1
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Do I need to stir Balling solutions if they are stored for 2-3 weeks in a container?

Do I need to stir Balling solutions if they are stored for 2-3 weeks in a container? or are they basically NOT deposited?


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Unread 01/07/2022, 11:50 AM   #2
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I would check with the manufacturer, some of the additives I use from the same mfg. require mixing/shaking before use, others don't.
If they are in a clear container, after 2-3 weeks, do you see any precipitation?


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But I just wanted to ask others if they see precipitation ?!))


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