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Hi all,

I am using Crystal Light containers to hold my chemicals. Each container will hold about a pound of chemicals. The containers are all plastic.

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*L* I use those for bringing extra cat food when I bring the pets to the inlaws :D

those containers are great for all sorts of things!
I use old hydrogen peroxide bottles for mixed chemicals.
I guess because I don't have that many tanks and most of them are small...

I use 50mL Falcon tubes from the lab I work at. Small, easy to store, easy to label, professional looking. They last about six to twelve months, depending on the nutrient.

Do you mean I have to start drinking Crystal Light instead of water (or beer, or coffee)?? :p

What kind of scale is that in the pic? It looks like a nice compact one.
Its a Tanita 1479V. It comes with a 50 gm and 100gm calibration weights. I believe it is accurate to .1 gram from 0 to 100.0 grams. It is very convenient. I have my Ohaus triple beam in the closet.

Jan.... only if you can't get the beer in a reusable plastic container. :lol:

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