Discussion in 'Salt' started by cody3819, May 13, 2016.
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I will have to check them out.... I forgot about Kent.
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How are the numbers with Kent?
Thinking of switching and Kent is locally available
Hi there personally I don't think there is one best salt as there are a number of them out there that are as good as each other I believe it's more to do with what suits your needs is the one to go with.
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All salts are made for our tank inhabitants but I do believe there are better quality salts out there. Quality control, facilities there made in, quality of materials going into the salts, ect. Also, better quality salts will always have more stable results than lesser quality. There are salts made for specific applications as coral pro for reef tanks. Many ways to pick a salt for your tank and finding one that's specific to your tanks needs is important.
It seems all of the major companies provide a good salt. I think it comes down to how your tank trends. And which salt resembles your perimeters the closest.
So if your tank normally runs at 8 alkalinity, then choose a salt with 8 alkalinity
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