I have been eager to try sodium thiosulfate for detox, yet my search for product has not turned up a 10% solution as you mention. Pet stores sell something with 30.2 % sodium thiosulfate and 9.8% EDTA tetrasodium salt. Is this second ingredient safe to use? If so how many drops to use? Chem stores sell 100% sodium thiosulfate powder, but I don't know how much to get and a recipe to make 10%solution. Also how many drops do I take per day? Should I do it every day indefintely or just for a week? My search brought up 2 more Q's.
What about this quote "sodium thiosuilfate reacts with the chlorine portion of the chloramine. The chlorine is eliminated, leaving the ammonia free in the water. As you hopefully know, ammonia is toxic to fish, even in low levels. So, if you use a simple dechlorinator that only contains sodium thiosulfate, you are solving one problem (chlorine) and creating a new problem (ammonia). "
Also does sodium thiosulfate ever turn into bisulfites that I react to that is used as a preservative in wines and veggies? Thank you for your great insights! How will I find your answer?
Key West, Florida