My newest buddy is plastic
So, I finally broke down and purchased a RO system. And I'm pretty happy about it.
I kept telling myself: No more new plants until you get an RO system. Better to have healthy plants than more plants.
And then after I placed another plant order I'd say: You could have totally bought an RO system for that money, dummy.
So, now it's here and "installed" and I did the trial run last night. And no, I didn't get my TDS meter to check the results, because I onnnnly had enough energy to put the laundry away and watch another episode of Revenge. And also because I am still trying to wrap my head around every number that gadget spits out. And what solution I'm supposed to use when.
(sigh) You know, I like science. But I really hate the part of science that involves gizmos and number crunching. That's why I can never give anyone advice about this kind of stuff. Because I do a bunch of research, reach a conclusion, and all knowledge that led to the decision promptly exits my brain. Like a temporary task force that has been disbanded.
Anyway, woo! Water +1!
How does everyone else feel about running a science lab as a hobby? Yea(YAY!) or Nay?