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Old 10-18-2017, 10:50 PM   #1
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Coralife marine salt mix

I am currently using instant ocean salt in my tank. Going to switch and order tomorrow. I found that the coralife reef salt has a great price for a 200 gallon box. I tried finding user information on it with not much luck. I did find a YouTube video of a guy showing some websites comparison numbers with other salts. Coralife was great according to the numbers. So my question is if any of you have experience with this salt?
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Salt is salt. I buy whatever is on sale. Weekly water changes keep things in line.
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salt is basically all the same the only difference I noticed using different salt is the calcium content it varies along with cost.

after trying different brands I went back to what I started with Kent Marine. it meets my needs and I found a shop that sells it to me for 15% over cost $27. a box . I get a good deal since I pay for 6 boxes upfront . nice part I don't have to take it all at once so I don't need to store it and I know I get the freshest salt ,

I like how it dissolves quickly giving a good even mix
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I used Kent's for awhile and worked out great them the price went up allot. I placed a order for the coralife from Dr foster&smith. $39 free shipping. Or $31 if you set up auto ship. That's for the 200 gallon box.
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