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Topic Started: May 16 2009, 01:36 AM (660 Views)
puffcrusader696
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just get one of those big bags of salt from wal-mart... you can get really big bags of them for cheap and they work the same... I can't remember which kind tho so you can look it up
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No-One
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lol we already had most of it though, and idk my dad wanted this recipe so...
African ciochlids FTW!!!

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micstarz
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If it's for saltwater it might work while you keep damsels...but put a cephalopod in there and...

If it's for freshwater it's pretty good.
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No-One
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it's freshwater. I don't really think African Cichlids can survive SW, can they?
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micstarz
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:lol: my bad.
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Iloutfitter
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Cool find, mind measuring it out one day by chance on what is working for you, I got all that crap here at the house, epsom salt owns all.


On a SALT note, How do you administer it to your tank?

I have disolved it in a cup of tank water, just put it in there to hit the ground and dissolve, Best method I found was using a worm feeder cup w/ suction cup and put it in there, Its neat watching the fish swim through it, they actually line up and swim thru the salt "vapors", I put it infront of my filter outlet and it slowly rolls into the water column.
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