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Re: Prefilters on Canisters and other filters
Chuck MacNaughton pointed out:
> Whatever your choice,
> I would
> use some kind of prefilter to ease your maintenance even further. the
> prefilter is outstanding, IMO, and it's only about $13 online.
Also handy and somewhat economical, although not necessarily as
attractive, are the filter "sponge" socks that Marineland makes for
it's Reverse Undergravel Filters and Biowheels. They cost about $3 or
$4 each and are coarse enough not to load up too quickly. With a few
snips you can stretch them over just about any intake tube. Other
brands of socks can also be used.
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