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Offline reefjosh

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Kent marine vs. Seachem
« on: September 24, 2008, 03:00:36 am »
I have been curious as to which companies products are better. What I am asking is who's products work better, I am talking about products such as ph buffer, calcium, idiene, water condioner, and other water additives.
  I am asking this because some one in my town owns a pet store and wants to start selling saltwater supplies, and she asked me what she should sell.

I am lacking experience with the many companies who sell water additaves such as calcium and I am wondering which company's products should she sell?
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135 gallon 6 foot reef tank packed with some amazing fish and coral and a red sea max 250 in the works and a little 30 gallon clam tank just for the heck of it.

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Re: Kent marine vs. Seachem
« Reply #1 on: September 24, 2008, 05:25:40 pm »
I myself prefer dry single form products.   Its easier to add one part at a time and much safer than using combination Cal/Alk , etc.   

I think people need to know that calcium and alkalinity balance each other unless there is a inadequate amount of Magnesium or paremeters will be off if  not Saltwater is not mixed properly at Saltwater mix manufacturers recommended specific gravity.   

Brightwell Aquatics.

are quite common when I see successful people dosing.
come over and see..:)
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