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Old 01-21-2013, 11:43 PM   #81
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Ok so just don't worry about the salt creep? and clean it, when I do water change
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Old 01-21-2013, 11:48 PM   #82
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Ok so just don't worry about the salt creep? and clean it, when I do water change
Weekly. Pick a day. I do mine on Saturdays. And when I do I clean the lights and equipment.
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And on another note I'm ordering 2 new hob filters. One for this tank and another to replace the 100gph that's on my wifes planted 20gallon freshwater tank.
What sizes should I order for both
the one I'm buying has
125,160,225,350 gph
The tank sizes say
25,35,55,75 in the same order
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Weekly. Pick a day. I do mine on Saturdays. And when I do I clean the lights and equipment.
And make sure none of the salt gets back into the tank right
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And on another note I'm ordering 2 new hob filters. One for this tank and another to replace the 100gph that's on my wifes planted freshwater tank.
What sizes should I order for both
the one I'm buying has
125,160,225,350 gph
The tank sizes say
25,35,55,75 in the same order
I like the AC110's.

http://www.thatpetplace.com/aquaclea...filter-110-gal
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Old 01-21-2013, 11:52 PM   #86
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I'm planning on buying the
drs foster and smith , bio system power filter and oxy surface cleaner
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The 35 - 160gph for my wifes and
The 55 - 225 for mine?
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I'm planning on buying the
drs foster and smith , bio system power filter and oxy surface cleaner
I've heard good things about them and saw some positive reviews on YouTube and other forums. Seems like a solid product.

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The 35 - 160gph for my wifes and
The 55 - 225 for mine?
That seems good to me. Over filtering.... I like.
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Also while at the lfs near me the owner was trying to sell me seachem seagel they sent him the wrong thing and he has a bunch of 2L jars of it and told me he could sell them to me for $20 each. What is it and do I need it?
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Also while at the lfs near me the owner was trying to sell me seachem seagel they sent him the wrong thing and he has a bunch of 2L jars of it and told me he could sell them to me for $20 each. What is it and do I need it?
http://www.seachem.com/Products/prod...es/SeaGel.html

IMO save your money. Just another hyped up product.
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