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    CuLator Work?

    I have scanned through prior threads and could not determine if there was a consensus on the success of CuLator in removing metals. Can anyone provide anything definitive? I have Copper level at 3+. Thanks!
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    Re: CuLator Work?

    The reports so far have been mixed. Yes, the CuLator can work in some situations, but it has not worked for many who have tried it and there hasn't been enough experience to figure out what conditions allow it to work and when it does not. Also, when it works it seems to take a while, at least most of the time.

    The most reliable way to deal with copper currently in the water is to replace water. There should not be any copper in the fill water, so replacing water should efficiently lower the copper level.
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    Re: CuLator Work?

    thanks!
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