Brightwells Xport-NO3 & PO4

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  1. Reefhead

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    Hey Guys

    So I am looking at filtration for the 90L tank I bought.
    It has a skimmer and was thinking of putting Purigen and a phosphate remover in then I came across the Brightwells Xport- NO3 and Xport PO4.
    Has anyone used it before? any feedback on if it works or not?

    Thanks in advance
     
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    I tried it. I feel it was a waste of time
     
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    Both are very brittle. They are just an area for bacteria to inhabit and dont do what is claimed
     
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    Cool thanks for the feedback
     

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