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Old 04-26-2011, 08:46 AM   #831
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Been following your posts for a while your cube looks great x
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Old 04-26-2011, 09:10 AM   #832
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Been following your posts for a while your cube looks great x
Thanks! Just think what it will look like with stuff in it! LOL
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Been following your posts for a while your cube looks great x
Welcome to AA :p
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Old 04-26-2011, 09:38 AM   #834
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Did my morning tests and still unsure if theres ammonia or not, those darn cards are killing me. lol Wish I had the salifert test bet thats easier to read.

Here's the test results and a shot of the cube how I think I'm going toleave it.



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Did my morning tests and still unsure if theres ammonia or not, those darn cards are killing me. lol Wish I had the salifert test bet thats easier to read.

Here's the test results and a shot of the cube how I think I'm going toleave it.
Looks good! <3 the cheap thermometer.
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I love my cheap thermometers! I hate those stick on strips and I'm not ready for the electronic one lol.
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Rocks look great nice colours
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Haha they're great for 2 dollars at walmart
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Thanks Glen. Spent a pretty penny to get some purple rocks in the tank. The rest is either brand new base rock or live rock from my 55g reef.

so does it still look like .25 ammonia? I'm torn and stink at telling the colors in this test. lol
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In the uk rocks cost a fortune and they are not as nice as that
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