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  • maurice161gbr <maurice161gbr@yahoo.com>
    the calgon referred too in the good booze recipe and cookbook by james c crohn is sodium hexametaphosphate, which use to be called calgon, and was used for
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      the calgon referred too in the good booze recipe and cookbook by
      james c crohn is sodium hexametaphosphate, which use to be called
      calgon, and was used for watersoftening in washine machines etc.it
      has been off the market a good few years now because it was blamed
      for excessive algae growth in rivers and estuaries.the calgon now on
      sale is a different substance which does the same job..i used sodium
      hexametaphosphate in suger washes and it produced a good ferment
      which attenuated out fully and the wash was clean tasting...cheers
      maurice
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