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Old 03-23-2014, 11:30 PM   #21
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I have a few 2" strips of the true lumen led strips in royal blue that I plan on adding to the hood. Would those be strong enough?
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I also noticed that the rock they came on has a few green bubble algae. Is there a way to remove the algae? It's not very pretty
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Remove it carefully with your hand without poping them so it doesnt spread.
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Yes, change your salt mix to a reef grade salt mix.
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I also noticed that the rock they came on has a few green bubble algae. Is there a way to remove the algae? It's not very pretty

I use a sharpened screw driver to scrape the base off the rock. Be careful not to pop it, and any piece you leave will grow back. I usually do it at wc time so I can siphon it out right away.
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Ok thanks everyone. I'm not sure if I can get to all of them as it's covered in mushrooms and it appears that a few of them are on one of the mushrooms
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