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Thread: Adding liquid cya

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    Swampwoman's Avatar
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    Adding liquid cya

    Greetings. Does anyone know whether I should be running recirculate or filtering when adding liquid Cya? The bottle just says "turn on pump."
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    Re: Adding liquid cya

    Pretty sure it does not matter. It is already dissolved so the filter will not catch it and it will show up in you testing after a short period of pump run time.

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    Re: Adding liquid cya

    As JB said, it doesn't matter. I'd just leave it on filter. There's no use changing it because of the CYA.
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