I have seen it with almost every salt I've used. It was pretty bad with Fritz but I've seen it fairly signinficantly with Brightwell Neomarine. Currently using Red Sea blue bucket and it seems to be much less with it.Thanks for doing this, I currently run REdsea pro and get a ton of precipitation, I was thinking of switching to either brightwell or tropic marine pro, I know both mixed up clear and nearly equals
but in your opinion being the one who made the observations which one would be the cleanest of those two?
From my experience using red sea pro, I store my salt with a powerhead and bubbler because I was unsure why it always gets a brown residue and if left for a few days tens to smell. It cuts it back but I am after watching this making a switch to Tropic Marin. Only because it does seem to be better quality and if it really does cut back on maintenance I have to do it is a win, win.Does storing it with a powerhead make a difference at all?