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Adjusting KH and RO water
Currently I use Seachem's Acid and Alkaline Buffers and Recon 50 to
reconstitute the RO water I use at water change time. I wonder what the
advantage is over Seachem's products and plain old Arm & Hammers baking
soda. I'm thinking of trying plain baking soda next time, finding the exact
amount needed to get 4 KH in a 5 gallon jug.
Is there any pros and cons to either approach (Seachem vs Arm & Hammer)? Of
course the baking soda is way cheap, plus it is readily available.
"The passing of time leaves empty lives, waiting to be filled".
Kelly Beard, Cat IV, Team Allanti
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I/T, IBM Global Services