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Re: How does one "age" water
I have always related the term "aged water" with chlorinated water where once
drawn from the tap it needs to sit or be aerated for a time to release all of the
chorine so that it may be used without harmful effects tio your fish. In most
cases this usually takes about 48 hours.
Misajegar at aol_com wrote:
> I'd be interested in the groups definition of and methodology for "aging"
> So often in the literature, I've seen references to using "aged" water, but I
> not quite sure just what that is or how one goes about "aging" water.
> So...I'd be interested in feedback from the list!!!
> Burt Gorton
> Penfield, NY
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