you must be joking? vodka will kill your fish. people use it for culling fish also.
well on that argument Excel(glut) is also a good disinfectant. It is actually used in cold STERILIZATION of surgical instruments like endoscopes that cannot be autoclaved.Vodka is good for disinfecting stuff, and can even be used as a fuel in a pinch. So, does it follow that it would be a good carbon source for aquatic plants? If so, I'm really missing something. Plants are a good source of carbon too, so why don't we put plants in our tanks to supply carbon to the plants in our tanks? :confused1:
Vodka is used in tiny amounts to feed anaerobic bacteria in denitrators.I was told that you could use a cheap vodka rather then excel. Is this true, will it harm the fish,will it work the same.
Does your friend recommend vodka for all questions you put to him?O ok cause i was using excel and it was working great but ran out so i was talking to a friend and he suggested the vodka. Soi figured i ask around here before i just did it. He said the dosage was the same as excel.
First off, XD...Whoa whoa whoa, we have all missed a very important thing here!? drunk fish!? good God... The mess and I can only imagine the drunk texts they would send to the shrimp....
Secondly, I concur :icon_lol:. And OP, people that dose vodka in their SW tanks usually use triple distilled vodka. It's not that cheap.A reef person crossed wires with a FW plant person on this one, ETOH stay away from for planted tanks.