02-03-2010, 02:04 PM
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Originally Posted by WisFish
To answer some of the original questions. I'm not aware of any limits on the hose length. The LFS uses one that appears to be at least 100ft. You can also buy different faucet adaptors that the hose screws on to. I found a good one at Home Depot that screwed into the laundry tub faucet. But I used to use it on the kitchen faucet.
I also don't use Prime for the reasons mentioned above. The city water I use is pretty clean. I just want something to remove the chlorine, nothing else.
I'm with you on the water conditioner. I have for 15 years used Kordon's NovAqua, the original formula that only handles chlorine, chloramine and detoxifies heavy metals. I asked the question of Seachem to get their scientist's view, although I have no intention myself of using Prime. But I was/am concerned over the heavy metal detox of almost all water conditioners I have seen; while I've been dosing some liquid micro-nutrients after each pwc for 15 years and the plants are fine, I don't want to be doing this if half the fert is being wasted--this could be the reason I need twice weekly doses, the first after the pwc is being weakened or nullified
. As my NovAqua is running low I've been looking at others since I have to buy some soon. So, which one do you use that only handles chlorine? Because that is really all I need with my water.