DIY CO2 Diffusion Methods
So I just purchased a 24" Finnex Ray 2 for my 25gal tank. Seeing as how I'm being upgraded to a higher light source, I will be doing my first tank with CO2. I'm really bad at this kind of thing, but seeing as I just bought that light i'm not interested in shelling out another $80 for a pressurized system (which I know isn't even bad for a CO2 system but i'm a cheapo). So I will be making my first DIY Yeast Co2 setup. I seem to have most of it down, except I can't find a good way to diffuse it in the water. I would like a glass diffuser, because they look cool but I read somewhere I can't use that for a DIY setup. I also heard I can inject it directly into my filter intake (I have an Aqueon QuietFlow 30) which would be the best, one last thing in my tank minus the hose, except my filter causes a little trickle of surface agitation which I heard isn't effective. What are my options on something that is easy, inexpensive, effective and not ugly?
EDIT: Would something like this work? http://www.amazon.com/Fluval-Ceramic-88g-CO2-Diffuser-Ounces/dp/B004GCO35G/ref=sr_1_cc_1?s=aps&ie=UTF8&qid=1376609465&sr=1-1-catcorr&keywords=co2+diffuser+aquarium
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