Bill Smith Posted August 10, 2020 Share Posted August 10, 2020 I have liquid rock here in Southern California, and the pH out the tap is 8.0. I have some mail order fish arriving soon from areas with lower pH, and I will need to get them used to my water. Normally I'd do some drip acclimation over time, but it occurred to me that I could use pH-Down to artificially drop the pH in my quarantine tank to the right levels, and then the natural buffering tendencies of my water would bring it back up over a slow period.This should be slower than drip acclimation, and potentially much less work! Can it be that there's a real useful purpose for pH-Up and pH-Down products? 😉 Thoughts? Has anyone tried this? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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