Through extensive research, Red Sea has idenitified 31 trace and minor elements that help make up the skeleton and soft tissue of corals. These elements are essential to the proper coloration of SPS corals. Red Sea has divided these elements into four groups which make up there Red Sea Coral Colors.
- Red Sea Coral Colors A (Iodine/Halogens) - promotes pink colors
- Red Sea Coral Colors B (Potassium) - promotes red colors
- Red Sea Coral Colors C (Iron/Complementary Trace Elements) - promotes green colors
- Red Sea Coral Colors D (Trace Element Complex) - promotes purple/blue colors
Watery crap, worst potassium supplement ever By Bob on 8/15/2017Bob wouldn't recommend this product to a friendI went through bottles and bottles to attempt to maintain K levels to atleast 380ppm and this bnever would get above 320ppm, worst potassium supplement ever!!!!!
A Must Have! By Matt on 1/10/2017Matt would recommend this product to a friendI have used many products that claim a lot of things with little results. I use Reef Energy A and B along with Reef Colors A,B,C & D. I have seen the best growth, color and overall better health for my aquarium since using. I would highly recommend!
Good but be very careful! By Jay on 2/4/2015Jay would recommend this product to a friendMy soft corals were declining so I tried a Triton ICP test. It showed a big deficiency of potassium and boron. This supplement contains both and is reasonably priced. It is very easy to burn your corals though. I used less than the recommended maximum amount and still had problems. I recommend less than 1/4th of the recommended max dosage per day. The corals now open up daily and look much better.
good By joe on 4/23/2013joe would recommend this product to a friendI use this with my BRS two part to add trace elements. Conversion is pretty easy to calculate
Red Sea Coral Colors B (Potassium) By dave on 2/27/2013dave would recommend this product to a friendallthough i just started using this product i like the support i have recieved so far. there was a problem at first but it was taken care of now im a happy customer
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Instead of dosing per ppm in the solution of Calcium chloride we recommend finding how many PPM Calcum your tank consumes on a daily basis. This will be far more accurate and not have the potential to over dose. In this situation you will measure with a test kit on monday at 9:00 for example and then test again on tuesday at the same time 9:00 am. You calcium will have dropped a certain amount of ppm typically 5-10 PPM. From here you can find out how much of the red sea will need to be added with your correct mixture. Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!