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Old 07-01-2019, 07:38 PM   #1
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Is this considered rodi water

Hey how are you is this considered rodi water
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No, ro/di water goes through deionizing resin.
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Many of the drinking waters, contain added minerals.

Distilled would be closer.

RO reverse osmosis
DI deionization.
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Thank you, I will still be in the lookout for the rodi
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Saltwater fish store, call and ask them if they offer it.
I think I have seen the occasional gallon for sale at a store as an expensive bottled water option.

Around here RO/DI costs about .50 USD a little higher if in a city/ expensive rent area. Preparwd saltwater is around 1.00 per gallon, lately is increasing in price. Happy hunting.
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Here the lfs that's kind of close to me charges 2 per gallon of salt water but the issue in my cat it's a 2 seater and no trunk space so I can barely fit the 3 jugs
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We have 5G water totes and they fit on a seat no problem
You can use a seat belt. You can use a bag or tub under it to keep the seat from getting damp.
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