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Old 09-20-2013, 11:05 PM   #11
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I bought some kalkwasser as soon as I set up my tank so I guess ill run a dip tomorrow morning.

Although, with my ph being 8.4 wont I have issues with it raising too high?
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Baking soda should minimally raise your ph and is pretty cheap. You can distilled white vinegar to lower your PH if nessacery but take baby steps. To big of a change to quick will kill stuff
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Well, I got my parameters in line with what they should be and also did a water change. Both of the corals have opened now except for the kenya tree. So now I have no idea what it could be unless it's magnesium which is something I can't test for.
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