Always a pleasure to see your smiling face here on the zone. You were mentioning the use of sea salt for a specific reason and I was wondering if "Real Salt" from the Redmond underground mine in Utah might be a better choice. Regular sea salt appears to have quite a lot of impurities in it. Lots of sand and some bird poop. If you put a teaspoon of sea salt in a glass of water and stir it up it will turn cloudy from the sand mixed with it. Apply the same test to the "Real Salt" and one sees quite a different reaction. Very clear.
And thanks for your continued support of MH over all these years.