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Old 09-11-2014, 06:08 PM   #1
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SeaChem Clarity

Has anyone used this product? My 240 has been a little hazy lately (looking lengthwise through 8', not so much front to back).


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Yup. Works fantastic on Saltwater, Brackish water, or freshwater. Definitely recommended by me.

One small thing: You need some very thick cloth or something to catch the microparticles of dust, just put it in the filtration system and check on it once in a while.
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Would a skimmer catch it? I recently put a Hot Magnum HOB on my sump with carbon thinking that might help. I'm wondering if that plus the skimmer would pull everything out after adding the Clarity.


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Possibly but if the dust doesnt clear up after a day or so you might wanna add the cloth as well.
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