This is excerpt taken from a book called "Colloidal Silver" by Mark Metcalf
1. Pour distilled water into a glass cup. If your silver electrode wires are six inches long, they can accommodate a 16-oz tumber. ( Do not use a
metal or plastic cup and never use a styrene cup. Styrene cups will melt onto the silver electrodes.)
2. Add approximately one drop of saline solution for every 4 ounces of water. IF using any water other than distilled or reverse osmosis filtered
water, do not add saline drops. Water normally has plenty of saline for conducting electrical current. Saline content is a prerequisite for the
production or silver chloride.
3. Insert your two .9999 ultrafine silver wires into water.
4. Plug the mini-jack end of alligator clips into generator. Briefly touch alligator clips together and watch how brightly the generator bulb
flashes. This is a good way to check the strength of the batteries. When the bulb flashes only dimly, it indicates waning strength and time for
fresh batteries. If your generator was built with an AC adapter option, be sure the adapter is not engaged when performing the battery check.
5. Attach alligator clips to the silver wire ends, which should be extending over rim and outside of cup.
Do not let the alligator clips touch the water. Also, do not let the silver wires touch each other or the process will stop. The bulb will light up
brightly if this happens. Crossed wires also put the maximum drain on your batteries, so be sure to separate them. If this becomes necessary, do not
be alarmed. The direct current voltage of your generator is too low to cause sensation/shock. This is also true when engaging AC/DC converters.
Sorry for any typos. I don't want to take up too much space here so if you guys want more information I will post it on my website. Just let me
know, cause I won't type it all there if no one is gonna look at it. LOL
Editing here so as not to clog the forum with tons of posts. There is a forum that talks specifically about colloidal silver find it at
Colloidal Silver Forum
Also if you want a generator you can just go to google and type in
Colloidal Silver Generators. We found it easier to build our own but can be a pain in the butt to go to radio shack and hunt for the things you
[edit on 15-6-2004 by kaoscreator]