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Old 04-12-2011, 10:43 PM   #11
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Its a 90 gallon with a 29 gallon sump
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Old 04-12-2011, 10:49 PM   #12
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Are you sure about your drop counting?
Is there an expiration date on it?
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I use ESV salt ....I like it cause it's a 4 part mix...and you can play around with it........ Read up on it...and check it out
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I'd be doing larger water changes btw. 5 gallons out of a 90g isnt too substantial. I do 10g or more outta my 55g.
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Im sure on my drop count I dont see a expiration date (doesnt mean there isnt one) The paper says the final color of it will be blue but the color on the paper to match it up to is purple
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Esv salt? where can a person find that?
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I'm in new york you can get it anywhere....

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Im sure on my drop count I dont see a expiration date (doesnt mean there isnt one) The paper says the final color of it will be blue but the color on the paper to match it up to is purple

I would do the test til blue comes up , not purple. Thats prob it right there.
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Ok thanks this is the first time Ive seen this brand
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