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Stopped in the cleaning section of a large market the other
night here in Burbank, CAlifornia, and saw a box with the brand
name, TSP, and thought it was a leftover that had escaped the
ban… turns out it contains NO tri-sodium phosphate, but a
sodium sesquicarbonate instead! Does that have any use for our
purposes? Carol


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#2
   saw a box with the brand name, TSP, and thought it was a
leftover that had escaped the      ban... turns out it contains
NO tri-sodium phosphate, but a sodium sesquicarbonate instead!
Does that have any use for our purposes? Carol

G’day Carol; I’ve never heard of sodium sesquicarbonate - but
then I dont know everything!! (by a long shot!) There’s Sodium
carbonate Na2CO3.10H2O And there is sodium bicarbonate NaHCO3 I
can’t see that there could be any more sodium carbonates than
those - but like I said…etc. Cheers,

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#3

Carol: you can get real TSP at any home brewing store. Its used
for cleaning beer bottles…Dave

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