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Old 11-07-2009, 10:27 PM   #1
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New Salt Mix by Tropic Marin in Dec 09

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A bucket 200G a box 32G? Backwards? Aside, ive been wanting to try a different brand of salt.
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as far as I know 200g salt mixes come in a bucket and the smaller come in a bag or box. Yeah this salt looks intresting
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wonder how much of that is just marketing nonsense. sounds good if true though
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no idea but it does sound good
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I hope it works out for you. I`ll just stick with my oceanic.
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I ahve actually been doing some reading and seems that some people have had crashes when changing salt brands. So I think I am going to stay in the Instant Ocean family and use there Reef Crystals.
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