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- Mar 23, 2020
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^^^This^^^Perhaps it would be useful to add the biggest brands to the poll. lol
Like I had mentioned to you in one of our posts it's basically where you want to be at. If you wa t to keep your Alk @10 DKH you'll want one brand of you're @ 8 DKH another. Or you could always add the elements in. Neo Marine runs @ 7.5 DKH I believe so I add Alk. Calcium and Magnesium levels will also differ between salt brands. Also consider a salt with trace elements in them. Like they said in the BRS video it's hard to pick a "best" salt it's more what's best for you and your reef tank. Take a look at this article, it may help you to decide.Ok so I just purchased a bucket of Red Sea reef pro coral. But now I’m wondering is that the best? (Of course afterwards) I saw a video about salt on BRS and they gave two other recommendations for e.v.s and tropic marine. From what I can see they are all around the same price. So which one?
Answer the poll and tell me why you like what you use
I hear you about the gunk! Also thinking of switching but have a full bucket on reserve to go through first. Also, because I like my Alk around 8.2 and the Neo Marine is mixing up at 7.2, I need to add alk which is an extra step that I'd like to do without!Brightwells as well. Although seriously thinking of switching to tropic marine. Getting tired of cleaning brown gunk out of my mixing station a couple times per year.
I agree. However, if you look at BRS's study on how many gallons you actually get versus advertised, you do see some significant price differences.red sea pro is what I use. there all good products just slightly different cost per gal. Mostly it's personal preference. Like oil Valvaline vs Penzoil vs Castrol ect.