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Water Test Kits, at Home Testing Strips

The quality of drinking water is very important in our day to day lives. We provide high quality water test kits and other solutions for field and in-home water testing, as well as Laboratory Water Test Kits. Whether your drinking water comes out of tap, or from private well, our water test kits will help you identify issues with your water. We also provide Science Fair water kits (see Science Project Kit and Science Kit 10-pack below) to get your children familiar with water quality and main contaminants. Check your drinking water with complete test kits, drinking water test kits, bacteria check tests and more. We stock close to 50 drinking water tests for hundreds of contaminants. Simple tests are done with color matching test strips. For more advanced, quantitative testing, we have photometers (eXact iDip can even save data to your smartphone!) and Lab tests that require collection of water sample and sending it to a lab.
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Water Test Kit for City Water
$25.95
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Well Water Test Kit
$29.95
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Water Quality Test Kit
$44.49
$36.00
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Childcare Chlorine Water Test Kit
$39.99
$35.99
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Total Hardness Test Kit
$9.49
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Free and Total Chlorine Test
$18.50
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Free Chlorine Water Test Kit, 30 Tests
$19.99
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Free Chlorine High Range Test
$15.99
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Arsenic Quick II Test Kit
$49.99
$47.00
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Arsenic Quick Test Mini Kit
$29.99
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Bacteria Check Test Kit, 12 Bottles
$89.99
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Bacteria Water Test Coliform
$9.99
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Copper Water Test Kit, John's
$14.99
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Nitrate Nitrite Test Strips
$18.99
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Mercury Check Water Test Kit High
$20.99
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Mercury Drinking Water Test Kit (Boris)
$20.99
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Ozone Water Test Strips
$19.99
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Pesticide Test Strips
$24.99
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Peroxide Water Test Strips
$16.99
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pH and Total Alkalinity Test Kit
$14.99
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How To Use Test StripsIn order to perform at-home testing, you would have to collect a water sample from your faucet. Some tests require to remove an aerator. Make sure you chose correct faucet if you already have a water purification system installed. Several tests, such as copper and metals, require to let water run for a few minutes in order to not get false positive. After collecting a water sample, follow instructions on the bottle for dipping and waiting time in order to properly match to colored chart. Tests for different contaminants may have different instructions.We constantly improve quality of the test strips. Although they should work perfectly well for drinking water testing, some may receive interference if used for anything other than drinking water , such as salt water, acids, food and beverages other than bottled water, chemistry and lab samples etc. We have several tests designed for those conditions, such as High Chlorine and Salt Water Check. In order to get proper readings, use them as instructed.