I am using the new Seachem salt, which buffers quite high in Ca
with my tap water. I'm measuring a little under 500 ppm Ca
and 14 dKh
right out of the bucket. With IO I barely got over 410 ppm
with tap water. So, there is definitley something different with the Seachem, but like everyone else said, if it's making everything in your tank happy and healthy, no need to upset that balance. I desired a higher Ca
for stony corals and was having issues with IO salt (which has been known to produce cyano
issues) with keeping a higher Ca
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