Salt creep eliminator

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    jahel318

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    Has anyone tried the salt creep eliminator by Kent or Coralife? What are your reviews/thoughts on these products? Does it really reduce salt build up on the areas sprayed on?
     
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    salt_for_brains Alabama Reefer VIP Member

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    Converting to freshwater is the only eliminator I know of:)
     
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    Never heard of such a thing. Miracles abound.
     
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    +1 on both replies.
     
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    Not sure what that additive would do to a protein skimmer
     
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    I don't think it's an additive. Mor like a spray on cleaner to remove salt creep. It's probably just vinegar and water
     
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    It is a cleaner/protectant. Think Armor-All for non submerged reef tank related hardware.
    You could probably buy a gallon of 5% vinegar for the price of a small bottle of that.
     
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