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  1. Piece-of-fish

    Glutaraldehyde!

    I have mine for 2 years already with no difference in effectiveness.
  2. Piece-of-fish

    Glutaraldehyde!

    Just be careful guys. Any water can be used.
  3. Piece-of-fish

    Can co2 bottle be kept horizontally or at 45 degree angle?

    Re: Can co2 bottle be kept horizontally or at 45 degree angl I am considering to use it on all my tanks, 4 currently. The problem is only with one of them, my 180 juwel. The office tank has enough space behind it. The rest dont have a cabinet built yet so i will just build them higher. Will...
  4. Piece-of-fish

    Can co2 bottle be kept horizontally or at 45 degree angle?

    Re: Can co2 bottle be kept horizontally or at 45 degree angl Thanks. Good point. Anymore opinions?
  5. Piece-of-fish

    Can co2 bottle be kept horizontally or at 45 degree angle?

    Hi, as per title. Found pub bottle supplier but the bottles are 84 cm high :(
  6. Piece-of-fish

    CO2 atomizer and DIY reactor

    Heh, thanks for the input, have forgot about this thread for couple of days. I have my boyu on the inlet and it did reduce co2 forming in the filter (used cheap glass diffuser into inlet before) but i find it quite noisy though. Must try to put it on the outlet as well and see if this will...
  7. Piece-of-fish

    CO2 atomizer and DIY reactor

    Thanks. Do you think 15ml of araldite would be enough to assemble DIY reactor? I am interested if this atomiser will work good put on the outlet. I have a cheap reactor of ebay...
  8. Piece-of-fish

    CO2 atomizer and DIY reactor

    Hello, has anyone used an atomizer like this: http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Aquarium-Co2-Atomizer-System-Diffuser-16-22mm-D508-16_W0QQitemZ160377832421QQcmdZViewItemQQptZUK_Pet_Supplies_Fish?hash=item25574383e5 Thinking about trying it. Another question is would PVC cement stick to acrilic pipe like...
  9. Piece-of-fish

    Using Liquid carbon to spotdose.

    Ok, i see now, many thanks to all of you :clap:
  10. Piece-of-fish

    Using Liquid carbon to spotdose.

    Hmm. Appreciate your advice a lot. However would like to hear an advice from who actually did that literally, i mean spotdosed with a paintbrush, just curious :shh: ...
  11. Piece-of-fish

    Using Liquid carbon to spotdose.

    Hello, Need a little advice on using AE or similar liquid carbon to spotdose with a paintbrush. The question would be for how long should i leave carbon on the leaves before flashing the plant with water. The problem was when i tried to do it for the first time i've burned half of my pretty...
  12. Piece-of-fish

    4KH solution. Has anyone tried to DIY

    Ok, i see now. These are very informative replies. I am really greatful for you all beeing here for us newbies. It makes it so much faster and esier to get into planted with all your support and knowledge. Must have a look whats the price of the water tomorrow and if its worth doing. Maybe like...
  13. Piece-of-fish

    4KH solution. Has anyone tried to DIY

    I mean i found some different figures for 5l of water to make 40dkh
  14. Piece-of-fish

    4KH solution. Has anyone tried to DIY

    have got that API test bottle and would be greatful if you could do that for me. By the way is it 6g which makes 40dkh water cause i find some other figures as well, 4,9 lets say. Regards.
  15. Piece-of-fish

    4KH solution. Has anyone tried to DIY

    Thank you people for replies and links. The problem is i dont have so much water nor i have scales so i am kinda thinking to try to mix it with a small amount and using a kh test to make any adjustments later. What you think?
  16. Piece-of-fish

    4KH solution. Has anyone tried to DIY

    Hi, found some information on the Tom's page which says you can do your own 4kh solution (or any kh) using baking soda and distilled water plus the kh test kit. Has anyone tried this method. I know the test could be inaccurate but still it would be cost effective in my opinion. Regards.
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