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Old 01-12-2013, 01:17 PM   #16
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Ohh nice! My name is Cindy. I lived on Brighton Ave. all my life but depending on our ages we might not know each other. I was the ACHS c/o 2004 :P
I am a Fireman and work at California Ave. I graduated ACHS in 1989. A little older than you. Nice to meet some locals. If your familys from the area, I probably know 'em.
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I run 2 azoo palms on my tank. Love them at medium flow. They pick up a lot and are easy to clean.
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I run 2 azoo palms on my tank. Love them at medium flow. They pick up a lot and are easy to clean.
2 would be perfect and it would increase my water flow. Thats the plan!
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Check out my thread in my sig! They do good work. Should be a fun read
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Old 01-12-2013, 02:17 PM   #20
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two would be great 1 not enough...

i'm trying the aquatop 15 UV now. it's a nice little filter, NOT a lot of media room soft flow though (softer then palm) and has a skimmer...

do NOT use the skimmer for a betta (trust me on that one.. oops)

it's $$$$ but if you want uv not bad for a small hob

fit MORE media in my palm though ....

using it with charcoal/purigen after medicating a tank or just as a UV hit for the betta tank as mine will EAT anything in their tank (or the next tank if they can see it).. keeps the alge at bay.
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