Join Date: Mar 2005
Location: Buffalo, NY USA
Seachem Alkaline Buffer or Baking Soda?
Should I bother with Seachem Alkaline Buffer, or just use baking soda?
It says on the label the ingredients are "carbonates and bicarbonates of sodium, calcium, potassium, and magnesium".
Although that sounds nice and balanced to me like a One-A-Day-Plus-Iron, is it really neccessary...?
If I can go to the grocery store and buy a box of Arm & Hammer for .89 cents, that's much nicer than the $8 bucks for a jar from Seachem.