- 1). Determine the quantity of seawater you wish to produce.
- 2). Pour the tap water into a mixing container that is large enough to accommodate the quantity of seawater you are making. Allow the water to settle for approximately 10 minutes and come to room temperature.
- 3). Add the sea salt to the water, stirring slowly until completely dissolved. According to Sir Francis Drake High School, you will need approximately 35 grams of sea salt per liter of water or approximately 4 oz. of sea salt per gallon of water.
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