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Warning: do not put your low iron glass tank next to your standard soda glass tank


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You'll want to replace your other tank... 😅

Seriously though, I've never had a lower iron glass tank before and my little Lifeguard Aquatics 4 gallon looks so much better than my Fluval Spec 3, Aqueons, and Marineland.  I'm going to resist the urge to replace them.

It's almost like I would have rather not known... 🤪

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Hahaha I just finished setting up a low iron tank, so when I saw the title of your post, I freaked out a little, I thought you were going to say something like low iron tanks will explode if you put them next to a soda glass tank. 

 

 

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On 8/12/2023 at 5:04 PM, andieb said:

Hahaha I just finished setting up a low iron tank, so when I saw the title of your post, I freaked out a little, I thought you were going to say something like low iron tanks will explode if you put them next to a soda glass tank. 

 

 

Oh, I did forget to mention -- low iron glass puts out a colorless, odorless gas, which can cause standard soda glass to explode.  It's called faux gaz (you can look up the chemical formula), and is virtually undetectable.

Let's be careful out there people.

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