Mike, It is really easy to make it yourself. 2 lbs of Potassium Carbonate, 1.75 lbs of Oxalic Acid and some water. Add the Potassium Carb to 1/2 gal of water and stir. Then , slowly add the oxalic acid in a well ventilated space, and you should end up with a about a gallon after you top it up. Did it bubble up to fast? I use a 3 gallon container when I mix a gallon. Keeps it all inside the bucket.
Originally Posted by mikepry
Lights can vary in their output. If you have another wattage device on the circut, you may want to rearrange the plugs to better distribute the load. Poor grounding can also look like a voltage drop and cause your lights to flicker.