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Old 07-12-2013, 02:34 PM   #1
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Question for you all..... I'm starting to use Ro/Di water for water changes and top offs.... I originally did not.... My question is can I just put it straight in the tank or do I still need to add conditioner that I was adding?

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The ro/di removes just about everything from the water. No need at all to use a conditioner on your water.

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For top off use, add it straight in. For replacement during your PWC, obviously you need to add your salt mix.
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