How to mix Red Sea Coral Pro

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I basically just came across this video as a newcomer to marine wasn't too sure how to mix it correctly and the advice he was given was so varied, I would be surprised if he wasn't totally confused now.

The video shows you how to mix it and what over mixing can do to the mix as well as temperature.

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Good video  for newcommers to the hobby. Also a good listen for me too  ,id always chucked my salt into RO as it came out the RO barrel ,then heated and had a circulation pump  and adjusted the salinity  , fortunatly i never got precipitation  .


This is good I enjoyed listening to it ,thank you .
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That's basically the same way as I make mine also Carol....if I can be bothered to get the pump out or it's just get my hand in the cold water and give several good stirs with my hand in a large mixing bucket!

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Get my hands wet ?.........................no it aint gonna happen
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