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Old 06-23-2004, 09:23 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by mfuchs
So basically, once I figure out how much Kalk to add to the water, it should basically stay the same?D
Keep in mind though that the saturation point of kalk is one teaspoon per gallon of dripped top off water (you can boost potency with vinegar). Depending on the demand of the tank you may also need to boost that ocassionally with something else like a two part liq or seperate dry additives. A kalk or Ca reactor works well too.

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