It was a very informative back and forth about what has been tried, and what levels. I have a screenshot of the final chemicals and ratios that ended up being the exact match, but clearly someone didnt want this non-proprietary unpatented information out there. If they ever do they can repost or unblock it.I wonder why
He did post how to make it. but they took it down. If you look on another reef site, where his interview with telegraham, that post has it. (im being vague so I dont get deleted).I remember the thread where someone (I think it was him) discussed that he figured out the formula. He was talking about posting how to make it but then I guess turned it into his own business. Jim Welsh seemed very opposed to him posting it so I’m guessing it was legit. Mods replied to the thread stating that it was not against forum rules to post it, but the account seems to have been removed.
I haven’t bought any of the reagents yet but when I run out of the official reagents I’m going to buy from him to see if they work the same.
My trident is out of warranty anyways, so now looking for cheaper reagents. If you look up the podcast about the guy who created abc reagents, he said they used the same chemicals as hisNot posting in favor of Neptune or their overpriced reagents but I can see a scenario where Neptune voids all warranty and repairs when someone uses a third party reagent. Wouldn't be hard for them to find out either. They'll ask for pics and batch numbers. When you can't give them that info, warranty is out the window
My trident is out of warranty anyways, so now looking for cheaper reagents. If you look up the podcast about the guy who created abc reagents, he said they used the same chemicals as his