In Week 15 of this Beginner's Guide series, Matthew (of MyFirstFishTank.com) will show you how you can save a TON of money by making your own homemade Seawater. Check out his pointers below, and...Read moreIn the early days of the hobby, we’d use a floating glass hydrometer to measure the specific gravity in our tanks and when mixing up saltwater. The strength of the seawater determines how high...Read morehttps://bit.ly/2Sosvqy If you've got a saltwater fish or reef aquarium, you're probably mixing up a batch of saltwater at least once a month, maybe even more often. We receive a lot of questions...Read moreIt is best to maintain a salinity of 1.026 (or 35ppt) and know where your fish come from to distinguish what their natural salinity level is. Salinity is one of the most widely tested parameters in...Read morehttps://mdshop.us/2sm5Vps We are setting up a drop-off aquarium and want YOU to help us build it! In Episode 8, we installed the wavemakers you voted for and dialed them in to create natural flow...Read morehttps://mdshop.us/1OXGM75 Today we are back with the third episode of our â€œAll I Want for Fishmasâ€ video series. For those of you who subscribe to our newsletter...Read morehttps://goo.gl/nLcsnz Keeping an accurate salinity level in your saltwater aquarium or reef tank is crucial to the health and well-being of fish, coral and invertebrate. Today we are going to...Read moreWhat better way to bring in the New Year than to highlight some of the most exciting new products available now at MarineDepot.com! Kessil A160WE LED Lights https://goo.gl/YYhA4O These little...Read more© 2021 Bulk Reef Supply. All Rights Reserved.