17 Years Since My last Post.

Garee

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So great to see everything's in tact. Broke down my reef 17 years ago and constantly missing it. Felt almost like yesterday since I parted with my babies. The guys who picked up the inseparable pair of Watchmen Gobies, I miss those guys the most (The gobies that is.) Looking at everyone's tank, equipment, prices... man, how things have changed. So recently, I've been tinkering on the idea of returning to this beloved hobby. Been looking at tanks and pretty much narrowed it down to the WB 220.6, if it'll ever be available!! Well, hope to learn what the present reefing will bring and thanks in advance for the future tips and suggestions. Excited!

~Garee
 

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Thank you all! Excited to back.

I'm on my way... Picked up about 200# of dead Fiji rock from a friend's tank. Going to soak it for a couple days, then maybe a vinegar or a chlorine wash. Anyone have input on a better way to treat them?

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I would just cook it in RODI for a week or two and then cure with saltwater and start cycle.
If you are concerned about possible hitchhikers or a heavy calcium phosphate later bound to the calcium carbonate you could do muriatic acid bath but its not necessary.
 

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