I bought 35 gallons of distilled water and one gallon of Restore. I then set 5 aside for the final fill. I still had to use hose water for 10 minutes to get the PH right. I went to Helmart and went to the fish food section to get a small box of PH strips. The one thing I will tell you is to schedule 6 hours to do the job. I drove my truck for 90 minutes to let the Restore work. Get a pair of heavy rubberized gloves. Opening that port on the radiator with 190 degree water feels SWEET on bare skin. You will also need containers to put 35 to 50 gallons of polluted water. I had 5 gallon buckets with lids, but was a huge pain in the a$$. I still have the stuff after a month trying to find a place to take all that waste in my small town...Good luck and have fun
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