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Hi,

I have a 300 lts marine tank with Damsels, clown, anemones and a brown coloured small fish whose name I don't know! The last time I went to my aquarium shop, the shop keeper sold me a 5 kg box of calcium media. I am not sure why I bought it, but guess the shopkeeper's a good sales person.
Anyways, I now have no idea if that's important enough for my tank. And if it is, then how to use it? I mean where to put it? I read somewhere about a calcium reactor, but I don't have one and I am not going to spend more purchasing it.

Please help!
 
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Hi Mohit115
I agree with Makaeel, take it back to the lfs and get a refund.
 
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Mohit - yes - if you cannot/don't want to return the media. Then you can indeed use it as substrate - or perhaps inbetween your DSB...........
Well I tried to return it, but the shopkeeper says he won't take it back and won't exchange for fish. The smart guy, but he lost a good customer.

Looks like I'll use it as a substrate now. Thanks.
 

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