- - Seachem De-Nitrate?
|Kazzy ||01-09-2011 12:20 AM |
|cbirk ||01-09-2011 09:36 AM |
Tried it once, it was a pain in the but. If I remember correctly you are suppose to put some directly in the filter, which is fine for a canister, but pain in the but for an HOB or intank as it likes to float up and get into the tank magically escaping from the filter sleve even when I tried it that way. I only have it because it came with a free tank and supplies from a friend. I don't think it is worth spending the money, when you can keep a tank properly running without it.
I would say keep to water changes, and possibly the liquid ammonia/nitrite/nitrate removed in extreme emergencies.
|aunt kymmie ||01-09-2011 10:36 AM |
I agree w/ cbirk, in a properly cycled and maintained tank why would you even need it?? Seachem makes alot of great products and I use many of them but this wouldn't be one of them. JMHO.
|Kazzy ||01-09-2011 10:54 AM |
That's what I was thinking. Thanks!
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