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Old 02-14-2010, 10:24 AM   #1
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Advocation for patience

Just thought i would let you guys know i've learned an important lesson in patience!

Yesterday i mixed up instant ocean and water, and by lastnight i had a SG reading of 1.024. I was going to go get Live Rock and Aragonite today, but decided to take one more reading before i left the house. Good thing i did, because my SG had climbed through the roof over night! It was at least 1.030 or greater, that's where my hydrometer stops.

Just a reminder to all beginners out there, like myself, to take your time and make sure it's right.
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