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I've been using Seachem Neutral Regulator for years now, it seems to do the job, and is a good product. My issue is that I do a LOT of water changes and am continually pouring the Neutral Regulator into the tanks (15 of them). I can't help thinking I could buy a couple buckets of the appropriate chemicals to provide a neutral pH buffer in my tanks at a fraction of the cost, but I can't seem to figure out what appropriate chemicals. Any help would be appreciated! thanks in advance. Brent
 

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Hello Brent.

I know that J&L could special order a larger sized product to reduce cost. I would contact Jeff and enquire with him. Members have special ordered Equilibrium in much larger sizes from him before.

Just a thought.

Best regards,

Stuart


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