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    demonclownfish - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    so ive had a bottle of this stuff laying around for 6 months and wondered what benefit it would be to my tank? i have a 29g biocube and some of my LPS dont grow too fast and was wondering if this would help? i would love to hear about your experiences with this product if you have used it or know about it. thanks,

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    If you alk is on the low side, and water changes arent keeping it up- you might want to look into the proper use for it.


    When dosing alk, you might want to look into dosing calc also- to keep the 2 stable- not to mention mag.

    Would alkalinity dosing help your tank?? Hows your PH? All questions needed to know if this will benefit your system.

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