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Old 04-10-2009, 04:38 PM   #1
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Trying to get my tank balanced again...

I'm trying to get my tank in order after not having a RO/DI unit for about 3 years and neglect for about 1 year... so u can imagine what my tank looks like.. anyways..looking for a good cleanup crew to order online..Any suggestions as to where I can get the best deals? Thank you in advance for your help..
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BTW.. I was thinking about liveaquaria.com.. just never ordered anything from online except accessories and rock...
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They sell a good product. They have a guarantee also. Just make sure your water parameters are OK before putting a clean up crew in there.
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Ok.. thanks.. yeah..I believe everything looks pretty good.. I'm gonna wait to order everything I need about another day and by the time they get here it should be fine.. I have plenty of amphipods and bristleworms.. plus my percula is still fine..so it looks good for now..
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Ok Good. I did want to mention one more thing about gettig fish, corals or inverts. I know many people buy online but I dont as far as livestock. I want to be able to see what I`m getting. If he`s eating or is he sickly. Just one of my things I do. Nothing wrong with buying online. Just making that clear.
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I bought my clean up crew from LiveAquaria.com <drs.FosterSmith> Great staff,warranty and customer service.
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yeah.. the only concern from buying online for meis that u have to pay extra for shipping.. I was goin for convenience since the store that I shop at is a 30 min drive..but I may just go to the lfs...
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I have plenty of lfs stores in my area but specially buying big cleaning crew even with shipping is cheaper .Plus they have great selection.<Im sure lfs do not have all staff they have.>
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