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tomgray 02-27-2007 06:43 PM

testing equipment
 
if my lfs does check my water for me and tells me what i have in it should i still require testing equipment i have already b ought some but i can return it for store credit which i would put towards fish

thanks for the help

Lupin 02-27-2007 06:57 PM

Re: testing equipment
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by tomgray
if my lfs does check my water for me and tells me what i have in it should i still require testing equipment i have already b ought some but i can return it for store credit which i would put towards fish

Having your own test equipments is better than relying to the lfs.

Reasons:
1. Most of the lfs do not tell you what is exactly wrong.

2. Some lfs use expired and/or inaccurate test equipments.

3. Less hassles in case of emergencies.

tomgray 02-27-2007 06:58 PM

thanks alot

musho3210 02-27-2007 07:00 PM

either spend gas money going back and forth to the pet store or save money and time by getting a liquid test kit, your choice :)


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