Citric Acid

Rated 4.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

$22.00$130.00

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Product Description

Product form:

Dry mix

NPK analysis:

N/A

Product designation:

Natural (This product is a candidate for organic certification. To ensure the lowest price, Kelp4Less has chosen not to register this product.)

Other product highlights:

A natural pH adjuster down.

Primary function/use:

Control pH levels.

Well suited for:

Hydroponics, soil and soil-less.

Directions For Use

When and where to use:

Use before watering or feeding.

Storage:

Ensure bag is properly sealed and stored in cool, dry, dark place.

How to mix:

¼ tsp. into reservoir and then test. Repeat until desired pH is achieved.

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1 review for Citric Acid

  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    I was looking for something that would dissolve soap scum and figured that citric acid would work. I bought 5 pounds – far more than I needed – because it was so cheap. It came in a resealable plastic bag that actually resealed. It did a pretty good job dissolving soap scum. (I dissolved it in water in a spray bottle to use. Note that citric acid is not poisonous but in concentrated form is an irritant – rinse it off if you get it on you. In dilute form it is harmless (citrate is part of the citric acid cycle the body uses to metabolize food).)

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