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Old 02-16-2009, 04:07 PM   #1
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Post Aiptasia-X

Has anyone use this? Just want to get some info if it's good to use and if it is better than Joe's Juice?
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Has anyone use this? Just want to get some info if it's good to use and if it is better than Joe's Juice?
I've used both, and I would say they work about the same. The biggest thing is consistent application - also effective is the pickling lime application (which I believe one of the mods has a link for in their signature). What I didn't like about the Aiptasia-X is that both bottles of it I purchased where about half dried out - however that may have just been my LFS. Good luck Aiptasia are nasty.
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I don't have an Aiptasia problem I just wanted to see if anyone have any good feed back on it... I have a friend that's infested with them and he ordered a couple bottles online...
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In conjunction with Joe's juice or other concoction, a couple of peppermint shrimps (depending on tank size and tank mates) will work. The shrimp will eat the smaller ones keeping the infestation down.
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Tank, I can make you some aiptasia killer. PM me if interested. I like making my own because I can make it thick enough to get on or "fluid" enough for the "shot gun effect".
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