There are methods for producing CO2 via mixing vinegar and baking soda, but this is done in a separate reaction chamber and the resulting gas hosed into the tank.So can I use this like a carbon source? I want it like a substitute but not substitute co2 source as it’s only 0.4 gallons. Can I use vinegar and if so how much per gallon
its called glutaraldehyde, but the carbon released by it is so little i dont think it even does much. most of us just use it to deal with algaeIf you want a cheap excel substitute there is a medical disinfectant that works well. I forgot what it's called, but I'm sure someone here knows. But with covid and hospital supplies in short supplies it probably won't be any cheaper right now.