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WTB MagFlake or DowFlake


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    Default WTB MagFlake or DowFlake

    Looking for either please let me know if u have some or know were to buy it? Thanks

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    BeakerBob - Reefkeeper
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    I have a several bags of Dead Sea Works MagFlake available for $25 for a 50 lb bag.
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    imagephp?u1&amptypesigpic&ampdateline1261894023 - WTB MagFlake or DowFlake

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeakerBob View Post
    I have a several bags of Dead Sea Works MagFlake available for $25 for a 50 lb bag.
    Cool sounds good sending pm.

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    Tom@HaslettMI - Reefkeeper
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    Default Dowflake

    PM sent.

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