What salts are around?

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Hey all, I'm a bit out of touch with salt, what brands are currently available in the shops?

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I am going to try the Blue Treasure SPS.

I think the popular one is the Red Sea.
 

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Seachem, Red Sea salt and coral pro, Blue Treasure, Sera salt and Aquaria has their own brand. Sure there are more availible on the market but those are the ones I am aware of.
 

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Thanks guys, any more to add to the list?

Blue Treasure
H2O
Red Sea
Red Sea Coral Pro
Aqua Medic
Seachem
Aquavitro Salinity
Sera
Aquaria
Brightwell Neomarine
 

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Thanks guys, any more to add to the list?

Blue Treasure
H2O
Red Sea
Red Sea Coral Pro
Aqua Medic
Seachem
Aquavitro Salinity
Sera
Aquaria
Brightwell Neomarine
Tetra
Aquafin
Sure Pure
Kent
Tropic Marin
Instant Ocean
Reef Crystals
 
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I must say, I've changed over to Blue Treasure because of the reviews on it on this forum, and because I had to make 400L of water to fill my new system, so price was a big tipping point.
But I found the salt to be very "dirty" and it takes long to dissolve, if it even does.
 
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Hello all, I'm busy blending a new salt, it will be branded in the new year.All raw materials is pharmaceutical and AR Lab grade. Feel free to ask questions.
 

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choosing a salt is best done depending on the system you want to run :)

seachem and redsea quite popular here, h2ocean seems dead, aquamedic is good
 
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To the Mods, it's not a sale post, its opinion on salts and grades used for DIY chemicals
 

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