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Instant Ocean Sea Salt for Aquarium, 200-Gallon

Instant Ocean Sea Salt sets the industry standard for quality, consistency and value and is the number 1 choice of hobbyists, public aquariums and scientific research facilities. This super mix contains all important elements necessary for a healthy aquarium, is fast-dissolving and is nitrate and phosphate-free.

Product Features

  • Number 1 choice of hobbyists, public aquariums and scientific research facilities
  • Fast dissolving
  • Nitrate and phosphate-free
  • Contains all important major and minor trace elements necessary for a healthy aquarium
  • Makes 200 Gallons

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  1. J. Layton "No exaggeration-Honest reviews" says:

    Reliable salt While aquarists debate and discuss which brand is the best, labs and universities continue to select Instant Ocean for their studies. Instant Ocean is one of the largest makers of marine salt in the world. They know what they are doing. On the other end of the spectrum you have true hand-made marine salt. I have made marine salt in a lab. I used 100% super purity chemicals and salts. It was a lengthy process and very expensive. We used the salts for years and also compared the tanks to Instant Ocean salts. There was no difference in the tanks. The lab no longer makes marine salt. It was easier to buy Instant Ocean.

  2. Stephanie says:

    Easy to use and reliable I’ve been keeping marine aquariums, including reef tanks, for seven years now. That’s not a terribly long time but it means I’ve done a ton of water changes by now ;) . Even with all of these new special “reef salts”, I still use regular Instant Ocean. The brand has been around for a long time and is therefore well tested and reliable. I often hear of issues with other salts, including IO’s Reef Crystals, but good ol’ regular Instant Ocean mixes clearly and without wacky water parameters every time. In addition to using it in my own tanks, I’ve always chosen to use this brand in the lab (marine ecology research) and it’s the choice of most scientists.

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