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Re: Garden hose (was APD V4 #242
The preferred hose is always the one designed for "potable water", i.e.
for water for human comsumption. It probably will be the RV type. It has
no algicides and the least toxic plasticizers, but plasticizers it has
and they DO diffuse (however slowly) into the water.
So, after the hose is not used for a length of time, I always flush it
with at least two volumes of water, just to be on the safe side.
> Date: Mon, 24 Apr 2000 23:43:02 PDT
> From: "Raymond Wong" <myapisto at hotmail_com>
> Subject: Garden Hose for filling tank
> if i have a python type of device (made by lee's i beleive) anyways can i
> attatch a garden hose for filling to my tank? there's 3 different types of
> hose, industrial (4 ply?!) agricultural (spelling, 2 ply) and RV (4 ply) but
> i bought the industrial already should i take it back and refund it for the
> RV one or is it safe for my plants and fish to use the one i bought already?
> i read on www.thekrib.com that the newer garden hoses have algaecide in it?
> could anyone help me on this?