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I'm about to start buying corals and anemones to put in my tank. I need an explanation of how to drip acclimate them. I am planning on using a drip acclimator from drs foster and smith. I need to know how to do it though. Thanks.
Re: drip acclimation
Originally Posted by tywtly
I agree, a $1 air valve is much simpler. And it's techy cool. I buy these little ones from HDepot for about 50 cents over in the lawnsprinkler section. They fit airline and are a little black valve that works perfect. Know what's really cool? Those 3 or 4 way gang regulators for air pumps when you have several fish or corals from different sources. You can drip acclimate them all at once using different rates or whatever all from the same source.
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