Salty Shrimp gh/kh+ in liquid form
I just got some salty shrimp gh/kh+ however currently I only need it for water changes for a 10gal rcs tank which is 2-3 gallons at a time. I was wondering due to the the big measuring spoon provided I am not able to accurately mix a few gallons at a time so would I:
1. be able to create a liquid form of gh/kh remineralizer in a small bottle (1liter) form
2. store the liquid for a long period of time without any negative affects
I know people do this all the time for macros but only because there is no major chemical binding involved. I'm not sure about what the powder consists of but I would like the ease of simply measuring liquid as it's more accurate to dose in smaller amounts.
If not, I may have to look for either smaller spoons or a liquid remineralizer as I am convinced that copper is leaking from my tap hence the slow deaths of my shrimps.
Well the snail trap is not working. Maybe wrong bait. I did not have cucumber or cabbage at home so I put some banana instead but they all climb to the wall of the tank. Maybe they know it is a trap. Will try one more night and observe. This time with cucumber which is recommended. ~ CHUNTC
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