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Unread 06/03/2014, 06:53 PM   #1
linbeg
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Bryposis and Kent tech m

So, i used these stuff and it worked. But apparently since it contains some metals which was the stuff that actually killed the bryopsis. Now that its gone, is there anyway for me to remove these metals? If i add cheato will it absorb it?
Or should i run activated carbon on my phosban150? Any input is greatly appreciated!


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Unread 06/05/2014, 09:03 PM   #2
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Want to pick your brain what size tank do you have and how much did you do to get rid off it I got some bryposis and need to get rid of it myself I have a 65 gallon.


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Unread 06/22/2014, 07:48 AM   #3
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If you do water changes it should eventually take out the impurities but I wouldn't sweat it. I haven't had any long term issues after using it except my corals lost some color intensity for a few months.


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