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Cliff Babcock and Dr. Randy Holmes-Farley explain how the simple household product, vinegar, can be used to maintain or even reduce nitrate problems in the saltwater aquarium. This cheap product has been used in top-off waters for many years to help supersaturate lime (calcium hydroxide), but may have been aiding in controlling common issues unknowingly. Click the following link to learn more. Read more...

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