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    Hey guys,

    I just got offered retailer status for Repashy Superfoods!

    I am placing my first order and was wondering if anyone had any special requests.

    Here are the types I am ordering
    -Bottom Scratcher
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    -Grub Pie
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    There are also Salt water types I can order on special requests.

    These will be sold at MAP (minimum advertised price) which is set by the manufacturer - meaning it will be the best price out there

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    Cool!....I need to look into these different ones and do a little reading
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    Let me know sir :)

    They are probably one of the best types of fish foods out there

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    I'm interested in trying this food also. What is the size of the product you'll be offering? I'd prefer a smaller amount rather than larger to start with.

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    http://tritonfreshwateraquatics.com/repashy/

    I'll be ordering 3oz - 12oz unless someone wants a bigger one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Triton View Post
    Let me know sir :)

    They are probably one of the best types of fish foods out there
    I have to agree, I love the stuff and just started to incorporate it into their diets. It is so easy to make and though some varieties smell more than others-it doesn't linger and the foods are super easy to make (yes I know I said it twice-but they are), I can make shrimp souffle, morning wood, community, and grub pie within 20 minutes. It takes more time to boil the water than it does to measure and mix the food up.

    I just tried a bunch of them and my fish and shrimp them-they swarm it like they haven't eaten all week! I got some of the Grub Pie for my turtle, he is not a fan, definitely a work-in-progress.

    I have been wanting to try the soilent and super green foods and the bottom scratcher. What sizes are you going to carry?

    EDIT: I see I was too slow and Sue beat me to asking on sizes. Glad you are going to offer the 3 ox, its is a good "try me" size.
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    75g- Plecos, Rainbowfish, Edlers, Espei, Gouramis, Cory, Loaches, Amano, and misc.
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    i am typically gonna carry 3oz, 6oz, 12oz but I can order the 2.2lb and 4.4lb when I am restocking based on special requests

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    Just placed the order, here is a great video on the stuff


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    Wanted to share a few of the best "mold" designs I've seen / heard of with you guys

    My favorite - egg crate on top of plastic - once the stuff gels up, you pop it out of the egg crate and have perfect size cubes to feed the fish with

    Few others:
    -for the upper level fish - take some cotton yarn and lay it in a small petri-dish and fill it up, once it gels you hang the yarn from the top of the tank and your fish can pick at it all day
    -for a natural look - use rough (fish safe) rocks, pour the mix over the rocks and place in the tank when done, fish will treat it like it is a natural algae

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    What I am going to do for the upper level fish/otos is to take the plastic canvas knitting sheets, cut them into strips or discs and add a hole so I can use the suction cup with plastic hooks I have dozens of. Then I am going to paint the gel on the sheet and once set, pop in as needed and I can put then where I want in the tank.

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    5.5g- Rescue female betta Lucky Star
    20L- Rescue betta Tony Stark and pygmy corys
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