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From small to big.

I still need to test the water for chlorine but I'm sure the big one will remove it all since the little was doing a fine job.

Let me know what you guys think!
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Nice Thai, my LFS uses something that size but they have over 50 tanks and lasts for about 5-6 months before changing. Hope it suits your needs but is it a wee bit overkill? I wanted to go this route but I only have 3 tanks so it is cheaper for me to buy chemicals.
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Yes it is a bit over kill.....but that's about the only way I know how to keep fish! :lol:

I'm actually just OCD about what the city puts in my water. I'm to scared to risk it with conditioners alone.

I got this a lot cheaper than retail. If I had to pay full price I wouldn't have gotten it.

http://www.aquapurefilters.com/store/produ...154/nbf100.html
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Hi Thai

I knew you had the small carbon bottle... and thought it perfectly logical since you have not a lot of tanks...

So now you have this huge thing... and more tanks???

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lol, hey Bill!

As luck would have it....I am working on something BIG.
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