BAKING SODA & THE REEF AQUARIUM

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Sodium Bicarbonate is an amazingly versatile powder of goodness. How many things in your life has someone said that baking soda was the answer to your problems, or at least one of the ingredients? It is obviously used for baking, but it is in quite a bit of other products you most likely use. Arm and Hammer has made its powdery way into things like soaps, cat litters, floor cleaners, toothpaste, odor removers, and even the volcanoes from your 4th grade science projects. It has also made its way into our reef tanks! It’s Use in the Home Aquarium Baking soda is widely used to increase the amount of carbonates in reef tanks, pools, and any other water source that may need them. More: BAKING SODA & THE REEF AQUARIUM

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