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Old 07-01-2010, 03:46 PM   #1
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NeoMarine Salt?

Anyone used it? I've been looking a lot into ZeoVit and Brightwells line of similar products. Wondering if anyone was amazed by the NeoMarine salt.

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Old 07-02-2010, 12:51 AM   #2
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You know I have tried almost ever salt there is. I have not tried this one but I am so satisfied with oceanic, I will not change till I have too. It dissolves completly. All of it. It uses less to get my saliinity to where I want it than any other brand. So it lasts longer. Also, the calcium is outstanding. Always at least 400, if not 500. Melous uses it. If that says anything.

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I've heard great things about it on other forums, but I have never used it.

I too have tried many different salt brands and settled on Red Sea Coral Pro for it's consistency. I didn't like the low pH of Oceanic.
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I have not tried that saltmix. Lately I have been sticking with the ESV Seawater. Great stuff and always reproduceable. The cleanest mixing stuff I have ever used and you only have to mix it for about 10-minutes.... that is one of my favorite parts.
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i tried it. i didn't see any reason to use it over any of the other brands.
i did try a salt mix from this company-
which i liked very much. always spot on and no settling .
i have some 5 gallon sample packs if anyone is close to me. you are welcome to try it out.
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