Reef Tank 365Build Thread Contributor
- Nov 22, 2015
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- Rancho Santa Margarita, CA
I've been using the All-For-Reef for nearly a couple months -- down to the bottom of my 1000ml bottle. Just noticed the settlement at the base of my dosing container. Seemed odd.Tropic Marin makes some great products! They are, however, rather expensive (in all rights because they use phenomenal materials in all of their products), so I don't use the All-for-Reef. I would go broke on my 120g DT/150g system volume mixed reef tank (and even more when I upgrade to around 300ish system volume/180g DT). I use the pro reef salt and it is awesome. It mixes extremely well very quickly and I have never had the parameters be way off. But with that being said, I'm switching over to Fritz blue box because 1.) the price and 2.) it is a little closer where I want to be parameter wise once I incorporate a calc reactor and stop dosing 2-part, and go back to 2% daily water changes.
If the cost is worth it to you, then by all means go for it as you will not be disappointed with any TM product, but check out BRS video on DIY All-for-Reef and it'll save you some money:
Did you know you could make your own Tropic Marin All-For-Reef....cheaper than the premixed solutions?? @[email protected] put together the list of ingredients and demonstrates how to mix your own All-For-Reef for a fraction of the cost and the BEST part is that it's scaleable! Make a little or make a...www.reef2reef.com