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Old 01-29-2009, 06:27 PM   #11
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I have since removed the Nitra-Zorb because I didn't show results after a couple of weeks.
You have to recharge the nitra-zorb bags every 24 hours or so. leaving it in the tank for weeks on end is useless since in about 24-48 hours, it's "full".
If you keep recharging the nitra-zorb bag once a day, it will knock down your ppm counts unless of course you have an overpopulated tank thats pooping up a storm so fast nothing can keep up.
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