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Old 06-15-2010, 02:50 PM   #1
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has anyone see or used this? for some reason i cant see adding this to my tank? just seems... umm.. i dunno un-natural?

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Old 06-15-2010, 03:14 PM   #2
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I'd be a little worried to add it too. The way I look at is.... is 5 minutes of using a magfloat not worth the price of all your livestock/plants/corals?
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Old 06-15-2010, 03:23 PM   #3
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Ditto, I'm leary to say the least. I was going to order a free sample to try out in a 10 (I can grow algae anywhere!), but I refuse to pay a dollar + shipping for their "free" sample. I'm cheap like that.
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lol i love the sweet 80's into.
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I'm also skeptical. The directions tell you to remove your fish for a few hours for their health and to wear rubber gloves "even though it's non-toxic". It sounds suspiciously similar to Rain-X.
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HAHAHAHA Rain-x for a fish tank.... interesting!

i hear if you pour bleach in there, everything gets really clean too!
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Forget those chemicals and such. The less chemicals you put in the aquarium water, the better. Check your filter and make sure it is clean and the media is fresh. There are two main reasons for cloudy water 1. Too much food - the most common reason and 2) too much light, which encourages the growth of algae. Cut your food in half and dim the lights, and clean the filter, then wait a week. Should clear up.
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I'd be a little worried to add it too. The way I look at is.... is 5 minutes of using a magfloat not worth the price of all your livestock/plants/corals?
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Ditto, I'm leary to say the least. I was going to order a free sample to try out in a 10 (I can grow algae anywhere!), but I refuse to pay a dollar + shipping for their "free" sample. I'm cheap like that.

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