Sorry to hear about your car. That is a pretty big financial spanking. The presence of cyno in your tank is a sign of too much nutrients in the tank. usually comes in the form of PO4
. Step one is getting a PO4
test kit. Step two is doing a 20% water change using good quality RO
water. You can get this at most LFS
or even some grocery stores. Test the source water that you are putting into the tank to ensure it is PO4
free. If you are doing water changes every four days with source water that is loaded with PO4
you are not really helping the issue.
should i get some phosozorb or whatever its called and some chemi pure and run that.
Hold off of chemical for now. You are still early into this thing. Chemi-Clean works pretty well to remove exsisting cyno from the tank but does nothing to keep it from coming back. Identifying the and eliminating the source is the only way to get rid of cyno. Good luck!