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Old 11-23-2013, 10:57 PM   #1
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API Phos-zorb and API chem-zorb

Hi guys!!! I was wondering if anyone out there has used eaither of these? If so what do you think about them for lowering phosphates and/or nitrates? Thanks!!! 8)

29 gallon biocube.....1 clowfish.....1 sixline wrasse.....coral beauty angel fish. ...watchman goby. ...short spinned sea urchin....bubble tip anenome. ...choco chip star fish. ...brittle star....and a few snails.
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Old 11-24-2013, 01:21 PM   #2
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Have not used either but just recently tried Seachem Hypersorb (good for fresh and salt water) on my sons gold fish tank (wasn't going to experiment on mine haha) his nitrates would always run abour 20ppm now the don't go above 5ppm. I'd say the stuff works for nitrates. Seachem promotes it as a synthetic carbon and it is easily regenerated with household bleach. that's what I know hope it helps.
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