Using old rock help please

BioMan

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And this is why I stop posting anything on here...I used bleach on leeching,infested rocks for probably 15 years now with no problems..do what you want this is an endless argument as many have different opinions and different methods
My first question is why for 15 years do you continue to have leeching and infested rock?
 

BioMan

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Here we go!
I never once said I had the same rocks for 15 years!I clearly said this is my method ...I never ever had a problem with phosphates or nitrates..IMO!using acid is overkill!most of the rocks came from a lot of members on here that either sold or gave away
I was kidding, my text messages aren't funny to anyone but myself either...even my LOLs are offensive to some people.
 

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all you need is a phosphate remover from seaklear the ones they use for pools read it somewhere on reef central or muric acid which you can also get from pool supply stores
 

reefer4eva

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My rocks were sitting in saltwater from the tank, covered, for a few months. Now they smell like rotten eggs, is that bad
I'd throw them out (like yesterday)that happened due to the lack of oxygen and the still saltwater it sat in...it's extremely dangerous stuff and lethal...it's called hydrogen sulfide...Google it!
 
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