I learn to make silver. First batch one silver rod turn black, other one get lots of huge big gray particles on it. Water remain clear. I throw batch away and clean rods better.
Second batch both rods turn black. Water remain clear. I throw batch away, clean silver rods better and watch you tube videos about how to make silver. Guy says to clean rods every ten minutes and remove black stuff.
Third batch I clean rods twice and then go to bed. Next morning one rod is gray and other rod is black. Water is nice golden color. Why yellow? There are also two black looking burned spots in water at bottom of jar under ends of rods.
I pour golden silver water through three strainers. Black stuff at bottom of jar doesn't pour out. It is stuck to bottom of jar. I taste water. Still tastes like distilled water.
Should I drink? Don't want to turn yellow or gray.
In one video somebody making silver and rods appear to be smoking up the water. My rods do not make smoke in water. My rods turn black. Why is this happening? Do I need to clean them better? I am cleaning with green thing, makes rods very shiny. Maybe not good enough, need to use steel wool instead?
Is the black/gray stuff normal? Should I be worried? Why don't my rods smoke?
If a person is jaundice will it turn them green in stead of blue? Ha ha.
Do you change color over night, wake up blue, or does it happen gradually?
ps I took some and my back feels much better, makes me want to take more.