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Old 01-28-2008, 10:04 PM
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I poured some MMS on the corner of an old pair of jeans.

I also poured some MMS on a piece of navy felt.

no bleaching on either article.

can someone else try this? I'm wondering if I really have MMS...

just use MMS.. NO ACID to activate.

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Old 01-28-2008, 11:30 PM
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I have just poured a few drops on to a dark blue silk blouse (it's OK - it was thrown out and is now part of a cat grooming kit)
The patch is still wet - no colour chamge so far. I suppose another ten minutes will decide for us!
What is the pH of the solution you have?
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I already destroyed a lot of cloths with this MMS. Have a sort of tick that everytime after I poured in some of the MMS liquid in the glass that I wipe my finger (that came in contact with the bottle opening) on my trousers. And a few of my trousers look really discollered now.

Where did you buy your MMS ?
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Old 01-29-2008, 12:26 AM
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I have just poured a few drops on to a dark blue silk blouse (it's OK - it was thrown out and is now part of a cat grooming kit)
The patch is still wet - no colour chamge so far. I suppose another ten minutes will decide for us!
What is the pH of the solution you have?

There was no colour change, no bleaching when the material was dry.

As a bleach, MMS is not effective!
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Old 01-29-2008, 12:29 AM
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Koel, this is a puzzle. Did you wipe your fingers on the trousers after you had added an acid? I think I shall go and try it that way now. We must get the answer to this!

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Old 01-29-2008, 12:57 AM
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I mixed 6 drops of MMS with half teaspoon of lemon juice. Now, there is a bleaching effect and also a slight hint of yellow colouring, presumably from the lemon juice. There is also a strong smell of bleaach.
So the MMS needs the addition of acid, just as Jim Humble says!

Koel, I wonder if the laundry process leaves a hint of something acid on your trousers, so that the MMS is activated by an acid already present?
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Well I just made a delibirate test to see if my MMS bleaches on cloths or not. So without activator I just smeared a drop over my blue jogging trousers, after a while the blue dissapeared and became light golden brown.
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Xania.. now I'm wondering which one of us has the real MMS? Koel or us? sounds like we have different substances.

where's iggy?

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The next thing is to make sure the tests were all on the same kind of fabric. Suppose I dig out the old jeans and try that? One patch of MMS, another with activated MMS.

Koel, what fabric are your trousers - is it 100% cotton?
I think Arrow mentioned jeans being bleached.
I got my MMS from Arrow, so I don't have any doubts about its authenticity.
Scorp - what pH is your alleged MMS?
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The fabric of my jocking trousers is 100% cotton.
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Old 01-29-2008, 11:13 AM
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Thanks, Koel. Now I will go and test my 100% cotton jeans!

I have put MMS and activated MMS in two different patches. Waiting for it to dry now.

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Old 01-29-2008, 12:26 PM
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Both patches are dry now. I see a slight darkening of the area where I put the activated MMS and no change in the area of inactive MMS.
Sorry, no bleaching effect on these cotton jeans.
Maybe after they are washed?

I will put these jeans and the silk shirt in the washing machine now and report again tomorrow!
I enjoy these kitchen chemistry tests.
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I have found that the unactivated sodium chlorite bleaches easily but the activated chlorine dioxide not so.

I ruined my favorite jeans when I made my first large batch of MMS.

How much it bleaches may be more related to the type of dye in the fabric rather than the fabric.
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omg... 3 different results.

well.. I might look for a patch of 100% cotton.

and I will write up exactly what I try (what I measure out), and maybe everyone can try the same mixtures on 100% cotton and see what happens.

my background is not chemistry, but I looked at the clorox bottles today. the main ingredient is sodium hypochlorite. not sure what the difference is.

wish skep were here..

I also wonder if these mixtures can degrade?
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I wet one cuff of blue cotton denim with pure MMS and the other cuff with activated MMS. Still wet with no sign of bleaching. Bought my product from the guy in Manitoba that Jim Humble recommended.
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