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- Apr 1, 2019
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This troll is a little too obvious. To answer your question here, people do water changes for a plethora of reasons. If you have a steady system to maintain trace elements, alk/calc, and export phosphate/nitrate, go hog wild with not doing wc.I disagree and can prove it, however we can rendevous on that thread if you are so passionate about defending a terrible product
Nothing wrong with the product. You failed to research the glass thickness required to own one. Kinda like not researching before you started this thread.Yes was a very terrible product indeed. Ended up getting the AI nero and 100 dollars back. Better product for a better price.
Other then trace elements I can't test for, and am too cheap to get an ICP test, this is why I do WC's.I do water changes to replenish other elements, ammonia spikes or get rid of smelly water. I can normally tell when it's time to do a water change by either the smell of the water or the way my coral look. Other than that or an ammonia spike I don't bother.
Giving money to a company is not an issue, wasting money on a garb (and overpriced) product is the issue.^^^ No body tell him that Ecotech owns AI, and his money went to the same people
It's the process..Wow another water change thread going right into the toilet.
Wish we could have one that stays on target with everyone involved.
Have not seen one yet.
Maybe next time, lol.
Oh the form of economics where you buy a product without doing any research, and then go complain to the store until they refunded your money and sold you something else.P
Giving money to a company is not an issue, wasting money on a garb (and overpriced) product is the issue.
If you understood that form of economics you wouldnt be relying on your next stimulus check to pay for your tanks feedings.
Its even more impressive that you have a full (and healthy) reef going without water changes.A lot of animosity in this thread. I don't know why. If I don't like a thread, I don't read it.
Anyway I think we change far to much water in this hobby. I have been here since the hobby started and I don't remember who came up with that changing water every week thing.
I have a full reef, it is very old and I change water maybe 4 or 5 times a year and I only do it that much because I like going to the beach to collect water.
Its even more impressive that you have a full (and healthy) reef going without water changes.