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    Salt Group Buy

    Hey guys, looking at a new salt, decided to try the Fritz Pro. I'll be heading to Stone Aquatics to pick up a couple boxes to try it next week. If you'd like any, just posted here and I can bring back a few boxes. They sell it for $39.99 a box, and I was thinking $3 a box to help with gas, so $43 for a 200g box.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NightStar View Post
    Hey guys, looking at a new salt, decided to try the Fritz Pro. I'll be heading to Stone Aquatics to pick up a couple boxes to try it next week. If you'd like any, just posted here and I can bring back a few boxes. They sell it for $39.99 a box, and I was thinking $3 a box to help with gas, so $43 for a 200g box.
    what about taxes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Levi View Post
    what about taxes?
    Plus taxes

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    Hook me up with box. been h
    Thinking of trying it as well.

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    Hey guys, running by stone today. They also carry a new line called aqua forest. It looks promising. Prices are this plus tax and $3 gas charge. I think I'm going to pick up a bucket of the reef salt as well, do a little comparison. There are 3 salts
    Probiotic reef salt 175 gal mix $85
    Reef salt 175 gal mix $59
    Sea salt 175 gal mix $45

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    Is it too late to ask for two boxes?


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    Nope, not too late. The fritz?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NightStar View Post
    Nope, not too late. The fritz?
    Whatever the cheap one is that makes 200gals per box lol I actually only need one box.. forgot I have over half a box still here at home


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    How did that salt buy go? I am lookin

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    They didn't have very many boxes, so I've been reading reviews and brands I can get in (I'm just about out of the bucket I got). I will most likely be bringing in Seachem Reef Salt for my own use, and can obviously bring in boxes for anyone else that would like some. I'm working on a shipping price, so I'll post it here as soon as I have it.

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    What's the diff between sechem reef and salinity salts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haddonisreef View Post
    What's the diff between sechem reef and salinity salts?
    I'm still researching that I know salinity is under their aquavitro brand and is considerably pricier. So far the reviews for seachem reef are positive and it's a lot less. But we'll see where the research goes. I've been looking into a lot of brands, if people want I can write it all up.

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