Yes and no... it's better in some ways (being the "real" thing), but there is some risk of introducing things (pests, etc.) you don't want. I would use a UV sterilizer... or perhaps just a diatom filter to remove larvae, "bugs," etc. On the other hand, some of that stuff (microplankton) might actually serve as quality food for your corals and other tank life. So how's this for a vague answer, huh? I would say it's "safe" but has some risks you could likely manage with additional care/filtration.good day Sara
is the use of natural seawater safe for saltwater tank use instead of the synthetic salt mixes?
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