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Old 11-11-2003, 10:19 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by CountZero
I have a 45 gal tank that I am keeping set aside for just such a purpose, Hopefully, I can cure the rock in there and prevent any spikes. Think that would work?
I am very new to SW so hopefully this is correct: Yes, I think that would work. If your main tank is cycled already, then you can cure a new batch of live rock in a separate container, and add it to the main tank when it's cured.

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