Question by  mano (76)

How much sea salt do I have to add to water to get the proper salinity?


Answer by  bluesford (7)

Sea water has a canonical salinity of about 35 parts per thousand by weight, or 35 grams of salt in a kilogram of water. You can replicate this by adding about 35 milligrams of salt to a liter bottle of water.


Answer by  killermike (176)

You should add approx. 1 cup of sea salt per gallon of water to achieve the maximum water to salt ratio for your water.

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