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I wanted to make up a much smaller quantity of the lime water so I calculated one quarter teaspoon of the pickling lime to two thirds of a cup of water would be about right OR half a teaspoon lime to one and a third cups water.

My math skills are even more deficient than my ph level, so if anyone would care to check the math and correct this before I poison myself, I'd sure appreciate it!

Also, could someone please repost the recipe for the bath with lime water and epsom salts? That seems like a great use for some of the extra pickling lime.

And finally, how do you know if you've absorbed or ingested too much calcium?

Thank you very much!


 

 
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