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    I started out using Instant Ocean and it was okay , I switched to Reef Crystal to help raise my Calcium level and it has been great.
    I dose nothing and maintain my levels by doing simple weekly water changes.
    All my coral , fish and Inverts are doing very well.

    Tim k

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    does anyone use or have an opinion on red sea salt ?

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    Never used Reef Crystals, but I would get it. I had a horrible experience with Instant Ocean. And Reef Crystals is a bit better than it. And... the most important thing, I think Dave uses it.

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    OK, so I'm getting in a little late on this one. I've used nothing but Oceanic since the beginning and have had wonderful results with it. My only complaint that I've had is low hardness, this however has been easily overcome as I drip buffer using a Kalk.
    Considering a Marine Aquarium? A Breakdown of the Components, Live Rock, Cycling a Marine Tank

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