nitrazorb

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Postby mollyfry » 2006-06-14 07:16

i am going to leave mine out of my tank for a little while now, i have brought my nitrates down from 110 to about 10 -20.

i have got 5 plants which are eating up the nitrates very well, as you could imagine. i am going to be doing some more water changes and see how i get on with that. the water chaanges were working before but it just seemed to be taking too long to bring the levels down, this is why i used nitrazorb.

any thought would be welcome, although if it doesnt work too well with water changes i will be putting the nitrzorb back in again.
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Postby KittyKat » 2006-06-14 09:37

only 5 plants? :P get more! i'll put a few in the post for you today along with the m/w ;)
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Postby Indigo Blue Fish » 2006-06-14 11:24

I'm going to see if I can buy some Thursday - Lol, I've never used it - but it sounds fantastic.

Something like 1000 uses if I read right.
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Postby mollyfry » 2006-06-14 12:39

omg do you know what i never read how mant imes you can use it.

i have not checked my water yet as i only took it out last night, but then saying that i need to leave it a few days, as i am hoping to get a water change done tonight.
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Postby KittyKat » 2006-06-14 17:31

i had a look at it today at the shop and i think you can reuse it quite a few times :)
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Postby mollyfry » 2006-06-14 23:13

i have now read the tub, its say you need to keep an eye on the bits inside it, when they change to a certain colour or something then you need a new one.

many thanx kk i was thinking about getting some more plants in the next few days.
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Postby Indigo Blue Fish » 2006-06-15 11:57

Ooh, thankyou Molly!

Am there this evening, so will certainly have a look!
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