Cartridge rejuvenation fluid

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Apperently if you add ammonia to the cartridge sponge rejuvenation formula, I makes a handy dandy all in one flush/rejuvenation fluid.
How much ammonia for a 250 ml batch?
And what type ammonia? Just the stuff in the grocery store,or something sourced elsewhere?
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See this post for the recipe of the pharmacist's cleaning and conditioning fluids.

Concentrated ammonia is 25-30%. If the ammonia from the grocery store is weaker, then increase the amount accordingly.

One drop is per definition 0.05 ml, meaning one ml is 20 drops. The recommended 20 drops per 100 ml equals 1% by volume.

To prepare 250 ml of cleaning fluid 2.5 ml of concentrated ammonia should be used.
 

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See this post for the recipe of the pharmacist's cleaning and conditioning fluids.

Concentrated ammonia is 25-30%. If the ammonia from the grocery store is weaker, then increase the amount accordingly.

One drop is per definition 0.05 ml, meaning one ml is 20 drops. The recommended 20 drops per 100 ml equals 1% by volume.

To prepare 250 ml of cleaning fluid 2.5 ml of concentrated ammonia should be used.
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