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Old 01-25-2015, 06:06 PM   #11
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If you use RODI water, there should be no chlorine or anything else in it. It should have zero TDS. As for fish being "more happy" a better idea would be to drag over your flatscreen and play some sponge bob square pants for the tank residents
ha ha! Nice.
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Yes, my RODI is always zero tds. Thanks for all the advice. I always thought that maybe it would help a little. Thanks again.
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Chiming in late, but nope, I don't and have never added anything to my water like that. As stated above, the ro/di will remove any yuckies and leaves you with 100% pure water. No need to replenish anything at all. Anything as far as elements missing will be fixed with your salt mix.

As far as the cichlid tank though, since I use tap water for that tank I do use Prime and have found that to be the best product for that task.

Hope that helps, and good luck!
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