Purity of Calcium Chloride by Randy

Discussion in 'Water Chemistry' started by Boomer, Mar 16, 2004.

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  1. Boomer

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  3. inwall75

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    Great info. Thanks Boomer.
     
  4. Matt Rogers

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    Very interesting. Makes me wonder why I buy anything made for aquariums anymore.
     
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    [quote author=Matt Rogers link=board=Water;num=1079453171;start=0#2 date=03/18/04 at 08:17:35]Very interesting. Makes me wonder why I buy anything made for aquariums anymore.[/quote]

    This is one reason I am so down on additives made by seacheam and kent. The small bottle cost you 10 to 13 bucks and if the reefer had the correct info he could save alot of money.

    I say keep it simple and don't spend your life savings on something that says you need to use it, Randy should bottle this stuff up and sell it  ;D
     
  6. Matt Rogers

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    Yeah, I hear ya.
    Although that little bottle is lasting me a long time.
    Next round I'll think twice though.
     
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    Ahhh take a look at the numbers folks, all is not as it seems.

    Mike
     
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  9. Matt Rogers

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    WHich ones Mike?
    Those on Potassium, Lithium, sodium?
    THose are the ones that I see are pretty high with DOW.