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Yes, my well water had an extremely high copper count.
Collect a sample after the re-charging
It is usually due to a higher sulfur content in your water
the Instruction take you through each step. 1. run your water, collect a sample of water (in a glass), open a test strip (well labeled), follow instruction about how long to dip test strip into sample and then match the test strip to chart in instructions. Very Simple.
I doubt the accuracy of these test strips. I would locate a local water testing site in your county, which is expensive but I'm sure those results would be accepted.
It has a bacteria test in the kit. I used it when I bought a house with cash and was satisfied with the results. Whether a lender would accept the results would be up the lender.
They provide a vial with media in it. You just fill the vial and set it aside for 48 hrs, then check the color against a chart they include.
Yes, the testing strips indicate a color change for the result and the chart will provide the PPM range that the color falls within.