Originally Posted by Angelfish56
In my angelfish tank it is to alkaline 8.4
If your have strong buffers in your tap water, then it's a tough nut to crack. I've tried some if the store bought stuff and IMO
, you can save your money because none of it worked.
Gonna try a couple other things, but it looks like RO
water with Seachems Nourish to lock the pH in at 7.0 and Replenish for vital minerals RO
removes is gonna be the only way I can do it.
If you figure out a better way, please let me know.
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