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Old 10-22-2013, 04:17 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by Fishlover3578 View Post
Well what If u used the product but dd water changes once every 2 months . I don't see a problem with that since it keeps everything g where it should be
It CLAIMS to do this. Companies can claim pretty much whatever they want, that's how they're able to sell stuff like bottled betta water.

I looked at the website. It tells you to dose the product after doing a heavy cleaning of your substrate and a filter media change. It makes the claim that you don't have to do a water change for an entire year... but oh, if something happens and you get some wonky readings, there is a booster product they'll sell you.

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Well they give a garuntee . And there is a post on here about it and those who tried it said it worked . I may just try it and let you know how it goes

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Kind of reminds me of stuff we used to get for our septic tanks every year. We used to think it made a difference although a different system. Also had a look at the product website, I can understand the faster cycle part (assuming it does what it says) but I don't know, it would be good if there was some research that did some testing (I've never seen that so far on these products). Would of been tempting a week ago but it seems expensive? Post to Australia might have been a bit though . In any case I'd still need to do water changes to keep my ph, kH and Gh from slipping and get rid of solids. I'd like to get a second canister filter to replace the internal, I think that would help as I could clean one at a time. I don't think the internal hosts much bb compared to the canister just looking at noodle volume.

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