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PostSubject: Reverse osmosis   Reverse osmosis EmptyMon Jul 27, 2009 8:08 am

This may sound like a stupid question but can somebody tell me what reverse osmosis water is? Ive honestly never heard this term.
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PostSubject: Re: Reverse osmosis   Reverse osmosis EmptyMon Jul 27, 2009 10:07 pm

High axle: RO Water - you know that cannister under your kitchen sink( PURA TAP)for drinking water , thats it. Reverse osmosis is the process of remove heavy chemicals and Metals(I think)out of the water, You can actually get RO Machines costing millions used by government departments - then you get the $120 version for you're house which does the effectively the same job.
I've never tried this but have read of people using RO water as a substitute for rain water- @ water changes using 50/50 tap and RO is meant to great for inspiring spawnidge.
I don't think it is a very difficult process ,so anyone else fell free to add what Ive left out or correct me if I'm wrong.
Or have a quick goggle- you'll find it straight away
cheers J


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PostSubject: Re: Reverse osmosis   Reverse osmosis EmptyThu Jul 30, 2009 10:50 pm

thanks for the reply Kurosaki. My mum has one of them on her tap.
I might consider using her tap water every now and then when Im doin a cold water change and see how it goes. Cheers
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