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Anyone try the brightwell brand for planted tanks? Just curious about the results and wondering is it better then seachem.
 

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I used the iron for 2 big bottles worth. It precipitates in the water. I didn't have that issue with Florish Fe. Brightwell is cheaper but I don't want a cloudy tank 4 days out of the week so I'm switching back. I haven't used the others.
 

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I used the iron for 2 big bottles worth. It precipitates in the water. I didn't have that issue with Florish Fe. Brightwell is cheaper but I don't want a cloudy tank 4 days out of the week so I'm switching back. I haven't used the others.
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Did you use the weekly or daily dosing regimen? To me at least, this is one major attraction - the ability to dose it once when you leave for a week for vacation.

I am using it in my outdoor container so its hard to appreciate the cloudiness if any,
 

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I haven't use this yet, but there has been very good review from big players here in Houston. I might give it a try.
 

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I dosed it with my CSM+b on T, TH, & Sat. It directs you to dose every day, not once a week. I did the daily dose every other day. I did not notice a weekly instruction, though there might have been one. Of course if you are leaving for a week who cares about the cloudiness?
 
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