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Old 06/20/2020, 09:04 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by bertoni View Post
I suspect that the copper adsorbed onto the rock and sand fairly quickly, but it's hard to be sure.

Running CupraSorb and carbon might help with mopping up any leftover carbon, but I wouldn't put corals or other invertebrates back into the tank.

You could give the rock an acid bath at some point, if you want to reuse it, but I'd ditch the sand. It has too much surface area to be able to remove the copper in any practical way.

Thank you for the advice, guess Iíll set up a tank to move the fish into and get after it... [emoji2957]

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