01-07-2008, 11:56 PM
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I would be very leery of it until I knew what it was. My suggestion to you is to find out about it before trusting in it, or her. Most stores will push a new product without finding out for sure if it really works... which makes the customers the guinea pigs... at the customer's expense. There is too much to lose to risk something like that... as I stated before, no matter what is in it for combination of chemicals, that tank still has to go through the cycle, there is no way to avoid that. Putting fish into an uncycled saltwater tank... putting anything alive in an uncycled saltwater tank is asking for trouble right from day 1.
We in this forum stand firm in our beliefs because we know from both education and experience about this stuff. Some of us, like me, do this for a living, and it is our career. We understand just how much there is to lose, and after working in this industry for so long, I have seen the things that stores do and customers don't know about. You wouldn't believe the stories I could tell.. If you decide to use this stuff without knowing for sure what it is and how it is supposed to work, I would call that very irresponsible, and tell you to expect to spend an awful lot of money on your tank and animals, and also expect to do a lot of unnecessary work. We don't advise you to slow down, be patient, or learn about something first just to make you wait, I promise. lol We do it because we really care about what happens to you and your new pets. These animals have nobody to look out for them if we don't... and its easy to make a real mess in a 10 gallon nano very quick if you don't follow some basic procedures. The first most important of those procedures is in cycling the tank before adding animals. In aquarium keeping patience is most definately a virtue!!