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  1. Marine Depot
    20% off Coral Rx Coral Dip! Coral Rx eradicates the following common coral pests: Acropora Eating Flatworms “AEFW” Red Flatworms Montipora Eating Nudibranchs Zoanthid Eating Nudibranchs Bristleworms Zoanthid Eating Box Snails “Sundial Snails” Zoanthid Eating Spiders Some Filamentous “Hair”...
  2. Marine Depot
    The most REVOLUTIONARY Coral Dip in existence Coral Rx is tough on parasites but gentle on corals. NOW 30% OFF!
  3. Marine Depot
    How to Build a Coral Quarantine Tank Prevent hitchhikers, parasites and diseases from entering your display aquarium by setting up a quarantine tank to isolate and observe new corals. How to Build a Fish Quarantine Tank
  4. General Reef Discussion
    Hello reefers, Has anyone used the new --Coral ProTec from eroupe?-- If so I'd like to hear your review. Also has anyone tried --Reef Dip?-- From what I can see it doesn't say it kills pest on the bottle, But does it?
  5. "Soft" corals
    I was at the LFS and was able to score a gorgeous rock full of green palythoa, a couple of beautiful loose yellow zoas, a small branch of red zoas (tiny frag) and something else. So I took them home and they have closed up and look terrible, as would be expected. They look gorgeous in the tank...
  6. General Reef Discussion
    Hello all! Allot has changed since I was in this hobby, but I don't want red bugs, I don't want Monti eating nudies, and I really don't want acro flatworms, or even regular flatworms. What are the current dips that people put their new corals through before they go in the display to keep them...
  7. Marine Depot
    Don't Risk it! Dip it. Most reef tank owners do not have access to well-designed quarantine systems. Many times this leads to significant losses brought on by infestations. Dipping your corals in CoralRx provides a quick, safe and effective solution to minimize those risks. Coral Rx is not a...
  8. General Reef Discussion
    Hey guys. I brought a few corals back from my dad's tank to add to my little collection. I transported them in his tank water in a sterile ice-cream bucket and put that into an insulated pouch. I got them to my home about 7 hours later and did a 15 minute dip into Coral RX pro (he has...
  9. General Reef Discussion
    Hey everyone, I was wondering if I could get any advice from anyone more experienced in this field. I've never been one to dip my corals, but I would like to start doing so, and I was wondering what the best one on the market is. I'm buying mainly lps and sps right now, and I've read mixed...
  10. General Reef Discussion
    So im wondering who dips their corals, when you dip them, why you dip them, and what you dip them with. Ive never dipped a new frag or show piece, but have read alot about people useing dips on new and sick corals. Maybe this thread will turn me into a dipper.
  11. General Reef Discussion
    best way to coral dip?:confused:
  12. General Reef Discussion
    I currently use the Seachem "Reef dip coral disinfectant" for dipping my corals. In an old box of freebies that I found, a bottle of "Revive" which apparently is a coral cleaner and advertised to be a surface cleaner and not a medication. There were no poor reviews of the Revive product in...
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