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Old 03-13-2011, 10:55 AM   #1
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feelin salty?

I was wondering what type/brand of salt do you guys use?? Iv been using instand ocean and recently got a small box of instant ocean reef crystals because the calcium levels are being depleted fast with my regular water changes!

What do you guys prefer and why????

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Old 03-14-2011, 04:18 AM   #2
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I use instant ocean too because it's there (at LFS) but I would like to get something more "premium" in the near future to start preparing for corals.


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I use Oceanic. I think it dissolves easily and clears quickly.
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When/If I start I'll use IO Reef Crystals, one of the cheaper ones.

However, if I wanted to get pricier salt I'd get Tropic Marin, not the reef one though
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i use instant ocean reef salt
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I use Oceanic because of the higher calcium. Just so we know there is no one great marine mix out there. They all have their pro`s and cons.



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