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Old 07-29-2015, 07:50 PM   #1
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Best Media for a heavy Bio load.

I just got a FX6 YEAH. And Need some advice on what is the best thing to fill my Filter up with. ( it has compartment in it )

I know one compartment will have by Bio-rings. They have some already in there , however since I want to keep some of my good germs I am going to put some rings from my old filter in there.

So what else should I add. I normally use ammo stuff from National Geographic, and Carbon.

Is that a good set up or should I use something else to get the best BANG for my buck. I was thinking of using something called K1.
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Pot scrubbies are good to use as biomedia.

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Old 07-29-2015, 08:09 PM   #3
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Pot scrubbies are good to use as biomedia.

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Took the words out of my mouth, literally I was just about to say that!


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For reference use.

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So I should take out the rings and just use that Pot cleaners ?
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So I should take out the rings and just use that Pot cleaners ?

Na is use both if you have the room.


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Pot scrubbies are good to use as biomedia.

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Mmmmmmmm Pot Scubbies are the best


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