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Discussion in 'Water Parameters and Additives' started by FransSny, 24 Sep 2009.

  1. FransSny

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    Cant say I've heard of it but it sounds interesting
     
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    yes, i do use it before.
    It do really increase your skimmer efficiency but i never continue using it. I only use 1 bottle due to the price very expensive.
     
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    I am still a fan of Nitrate reactors, i'm not fond of adding chemicals etc. tends to lead to more fiddling in the tanks and that usually leads to problems.
     
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    Agreed Watermark, I dont like adding chemicals either as I think adding one thing will have an effect on something else:p

    Personally I am still a DSB fan but came across this while researching Nitrate reactors (having a trigger only tank produces a lot of waste!). Also still not sure if Nitrate reactors are the way to go....seems like a hell of a lot of money for something that needs a lot of fiddling and doesn't guarantee results...My 2C
     
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    True i agree Frans I forgot to mention about DSB and maybe withsome Macro algea growth would be a more natural approach
     
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