Oceanic 81090 Natural Sea Salt Mix, 125-Gallon Bucket
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- Reduced algae growth due to the absence of nitrates, phosphates, and ammonia
- Natural buffering action with KH stabilizers
- Contains natural trace elements
- No nitrates, phosphates, or ammonia
- This all-natural formula is completely soluble and dissolves almost instantly
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Stir up a vibrant, crystal-clear saltwater environment for your marine life with our Oceanic Natural Sea Salt Mix. This all-natural formula is completely soluble and dissolves almost instantly. Every batch of Oceanic Natural Sea Salt Mix is triple tested for quality and verified by an independent testing lab. The combination of natural elements, high-grade materials, and micro-crystals guarantees a solid foundation for your successful marine aquarium.
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I am still in a state of shock over this - the batch number on the container is 304263. I left a message with Oceanic on their web site about whether or not this product should have had a tamper-proof seal. I will follow this report up with what happened.
6/27/13 - Follow-up to USE AT YOUR OWN RISK! When I brought the unused portion back to the retailer, upon initial inspection they have determined that there is some type of detergent contaminant in the salt. There were a few tiny blue flecks among the salt. There was not much of it, because when I mixed the 5 gallon bucket there were no suds generated, and a few small bubbles formed on the surface of the aquarium as the product churned through the system. As of now we don't know what the soap is, but they let us know that our entire ecosystem has been contaminated and everything will have to be thoroughly washed and we will have to start all over with weeks of establishing a new tank before anything will be back to normal. EVEN if your salt did not come from a bottle like ours did, I would check for blue flecks in it, and contact the manufacturer to see what the status of examining the salt is. According to them, the bottle that yields 50 gallons did not come with a tamper-proof seal. My bottle is being sent back to the mfr., along with the dead fish, for further examination.