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Old 10-04-2004, 12:51 PM   #11
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I also dont want to hijack this thread, but should I start looking at the benefits of dripping kalkwasser?
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Everything I have heard sounds like it is a great idea... it is a cheap way of maintaining and or increasing the calcium and alk levels. If you have access to the limewater (which is much much cheaper) it is definately a benefit. However I just mixed my first batch last night so I won't see the benefits for a while. I have started to get a few black spots on my LR so I want to get it reversed before it is too late.
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Definitely buy it online, you can get 3 or 4 lbs for less (including shipping) than your 6-8oz from the LFS.
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Definitely buy it online, you can get 3 or 4 lbs for less (including shipping) than your 6-8oz from the LFS.
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