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macca_75

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If you are going to be in the hobby for any length of time buy a RO unit - there are some that pop up cheap 2nd hand or new units go for $200ish. The return on investment and the convenience of having the ability to make and store RO on hand can be a life saver (at least for the fish and corals).
 
If you are going to be in the hobby for any length of time buy a RO unit - there are some that pop up cheap 2nd hand or new units go for $200ish. The return on investment and the convenience of having the ability to make and store RO on hand can be a life saver (at least for the fish and corals).
This is good advice, but -- is the iron water OK for small topups? I can't think of any reason it shouldn't be, and I have some.
 

macca_75

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I think thats only DI (De-ironised) - I don't think it has gone through Reverse Osmosis (which is the more important process).
 

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