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Old 07-06-2004, 03:46 AM   #21
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Bubbles....start with a surface skimmer for the protein skimmer. This will enhance the efficiency of the skimmer and defuse the micro bubbles, which do nothing but cloud the water. For the Ph (ph not powerhead) the only thing to do is find a buffering system that works for you. I use B-Ionic calcium/alk system and it provides plenty of buffering and my ph is stable (no swing in 6 months).....but thats what I use, its a game of learning
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