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Old 11-17-2012, 01:55 AM   #1
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Hi everyone planning is almost there. Was wondering gfo carbon reactor whats a good one ? I have a whole house filter system will using my tap water give me problems for setup and top offs. Any one stores there water, I'm planning on storing mine in a bucket 10 gallon size use it only labeled fish use only. And keep it same temperature as dt with heater in it. One fore top off stored. And is there a ro/di unit I can attach to Sink. Cause I have a filter for drinking water installed under Sink can't remember name. It will cost money to buy distilled water from lfs. Any advice opinions.

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Old 11-17-2012, 09:48 PM   #2
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Check out the GFO/Carbon reactor on Bulk Reef Supply. It works pretty well, and is economically priced. If you get in on a group buy, it is even cheaper.

Also, Bulk Reef Supply sells some good RODI units that you can hook to a sink.
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