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Where to buy Clean Up Crews?


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    Rook - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Default Where to buy Clean Up Crews?

    Need a clean up crew recharge - snails, crabs, pods, worms, etc. What are your prefer vendors for buying stuff, either local (SE Michigan) or online? Some I've looked are Reefs2go, Reefcleaners, LiveAquaria, PremiumAquatics, Inland Aquatics (not purchased from them in a years).

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    demonclownfish - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    reefcleaners.org seems to be the best and preferred

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    I've had good luck with reefcleaners ususally get more than you order. My last order was from Reefs2go, I did have a few DOA but they gave me a nice credit.

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    For online, @Reefs2go is a sponsor. They seem to be getting good reviews.

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    What about the Tropicorium?
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    Rook - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Do you know if Trop has trochus snails?
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    I am going to need a clean up crew in the next month or so. Maybe we could do a group buy through Reefs2go?

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    Rook - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Already ordered from Reefcleaners. The threshold for free shipping is very low if you get a quick crew order. Plus, they sell trochus which IMO are the king of all snails.
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    i did a test order through reefcleaners.org and i personally was not impressed by the size. Nassarius were smaller than a pea.
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    Rook - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Hmm. I hope I have a better experience. Who else have you ordered cleaners from where you were happy?
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