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Old 04-07-2016, 04:09 AM   #31
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This is very good news!
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Once my seachem is gone I'll probably go with the Bayer insecticide. You can get it at home depot and Lowe's. Seems to be the cheap and effective way. My buddy (FTS owner) dips everyone of his corals that come in in this stuff. Here is a little article from Cherry corals that I found on it. This is the route I would suggest.

http://www.cherrycorals.com/news/coraldips/
I read the article and i think i will go with the bayer as a coral dip also. I will pick some up after my current coral dip runs out or it may already be out of date. I will have to check the date on the bottle. Thanks again for that info.

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Not a problem! Just remember that shrimp are highly sensitive to it.
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Ok thanks, I will keep that in mind.

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