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rpmsongs 10-28-2008 06:40 PM

Stress zyme question
 
How many drops actually make up a teaspoon? I've googled, searched, and read everything i could. Thanks,

SolaceTiger 10-28-2008 10:59 PM

Just get a teaspoon out of your kitchen drawer (assuming you would have one, it's kind of a staple in most kitchens, lol) and either just use that for it, or use it once and count how many drops and remember for next time. But isn't there a measuring type of thing on the lid? It has that on my tetra aquasafe product.. very nice.

Oldman47 10-31-2008 09:03 PM

The dropper that I use for adding prime takes about 6 drops to .05 ml. There are 5 ml in a teaspoon. That said, every dropper is different so you will never find a correlation of drops to teaspoons published. It depends on how big the end of the dropper is.


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