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How to Make Bacteriostatic Water At Home?


Bacteriostatic water is basically sterile water mixed with .9% benzyl alcohol.
I would like t0 explain how to make Bac water since it seems coming across Bac water is becoming harder and harder and price is going up as well.

Tools you will need for small batch of Bac water: 10cc syringe, .1cc benzyl alcohol, 10cc distilled water, .22 pore filter, 10cc sterile vile

How to make it:
1)Draw up .1ml benzyl alcohol into a 10cc syringe
2)Draw up 10ml distilled water into 10cc syringe
3)Connect .22 pore filter to needle with BA and water
4)Push contents of syringe into a 10cc sterile vile (remember to swab the top of vial before this step) and its Bac water!

If you want a bigger batch: Mix 100cc distilled water and 1cc benzyl alcohol follow step 3 and 4 and there you have it, Bac water.

I get a lot of PM’s on this recently so I hope this helps out people in need of Bac water.
Where to get all supplies needed: Supplies
(I use this place often and they have all the things needed at one spot which is a plus because some other places do not sell syringes along with the rest)

 

Use a 0.22 syringe filter which will do 100ml of water.
Be sure to add 1ml of sterile benzyl alcohol for every 99ml of water.
If you do not know what this is for, don’t worry about it.

Items needed:

.22 sterile filter
1ml sterile benzyl alcohol (ask if there is a minimum)
100ml sterile vial
20ml syringe (the bigger the syringe the more pressure it takes)
two 18g pins one for drawing water and one for injecting in sterile vial.
small pin 27g for letting air pressure out of vial you injecting benzyl alcohol into

the pin used for injecting into the sterile vial and relieving air pressure should stay there with the filter until the process is complete. use the other pin to draw the water with. You will be switching the syringe from the filter to the drawing 5 times or so to get 100ml.

 

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