Chill out man don't get angry geez. Im not arguing with you I'm sure you are a very accomplished aquarist. The hydrogen sulfate is not an issue it is a part of the dsb
. If you would have read the article written by Ron who is a expert in dsb
you would have seen where he discusses sulfate and how he claims there are certain animals that you cannot have like sand sifting goby's and sand sifting stars ect. If you do a dsb
you are never supposed to disturb it. I did watch a video on YouTube by a guy New York Steelo who purposely disturbed a 3 year old sand bed in a lps sps
tank with fish to get the sand to look cleaner in the front behind the glass. He did a follow up proving and explaining that you would have to disturb a very large area of the sand bed to see a real issue. He explains that the h2s will just rise up the colum on expel. I'm not an expert but after researching for quit some time I'm confident in what I've seen. The is in the macro fauna and micro fauna this is what moves and keeps the dsb
alive. My question was simply what would the method be in replacing the sand bed but I already have my battle plan laid out.
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