Yep. I am interested in your results. I posted in the other topic what I felt you would need to do to get a true control out of this. I will try to repeat my views here since the other thread is out of view. (for what its worth it was not deleted it was simply removed from view.
I feel to get a proper test out of this one would need to know how long it took for a known level of ammonia to cycle the tank on its own. Lets say an ammonia level of 1.0ppm to cycle to 0ppm of ammonia and 0 ppm
of nitrite on its own. Once that time was established in a seperate tank or after that tank had been drained and sanatized to remove any bactera from the system add the 1.0ppm of ammonia and add your method to cycle. In this case being a single or set of footware.
Then measure the days it takes to get to 0ppm of ammonia and 0 ppm
Does this sound like a correct experiment process? Just trying to remember from my days in science class as I know you need some kind of control to measure your tests aganst.