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What kind of water do you use?

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jojopus   

The kind that consists of 2 parts hydrogen and 1 part oxygen

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Case   

eh why dont i see toilt water??? dammit...

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Why isn't Terrier Dog Water on there? (nobody will get this reference, but oh well. It made me chuckle : )

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Kool-cat   

I use ro water from my bare bones tfc unit any one else use it?

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kalawai   

LOL---- dehydrated tap water. :)

 

I use RO/DI with filtered tap water.

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Jahkaya   

Oceanic with Striaght RO. RO/DI is a waste IMO.

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kalawai   

I got a great deal on mine----other than that it would have been just RO.

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jmt   

Over a year old, maybe?

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I use tap cause i want alge to grow in my tank(since im having my tank a planted/algae tank).

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I use the wet stuff....

OK, seriously.

Six stage purification process, including TWO SOLID carbon blocks,

the latest technology in RO AND injected OZONE...

works for me. www.purewaterscience.com

I sell these machines so my water is free

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Scoot   

i use water i find in the crick in my backyard, its clear when half of it dries up, and it becomes stagnant, you can see the mosquito larvae swimming around amongst the muck, and drainoff car coolent stuff, i swear it glows sometimes, but hey its free

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comunity hot tub water?

 

my frineds dad does RO/DI $2 5 gallons no deposit cuz i know him only pain is its 15 minutes out of the way but i visit him enuf

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zachtos   

distilled from walmart, $0.64/gallon, not recommended unless your tank is tiny like mine, ro/di unit in home would be best for anything 10G or larger.

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distilled from walmart, $0.64/gallon, not recommended unless your tank is tiny like mine, ro/di unit in home would be best for anything 10G or larger.

 

I too was buying the wally world distilled jugs for $.64 / gallon - Then I found out my local grocery had an RO machine to fill your own for $.50 / gallon - That's what I'm using now - Eventually I'll break down and buy a RO/DI unit

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