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Hi all, it is important with the size of the mesh with purigen. Cannot buy Seachems' "The Bag" locally and not wanting to place such a small order online. Have used women's nylons for carbon and other media in the past and am guessing that it would hold the purigen. Anyone use this for purigen? Cheap as dirt for women's knee highs at Walmart. Thanks
 

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Not going to bother even using it. Have just a tiny bit anyway....not worth the trouble. Tank is crystal clear without the use of that or carbon. Have a smallish bioload as far as I'm concerned (30 or so smaller fishes (tetras ,barbs etc.) Picked up some driftwood at local lakes and ponds over the weekend and is in the tank. Wood looked quite weathered so tannins won't be a problem as far as I can see. More plants is what I need right now !!
 
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