Making salt water yourself
salt has over 14000 uses and certainly many more in places where salt has been forgotten to be added.
With so many ways to use sodium chloride, we are here to make sure you make the right choice. This decision of course concerns the possibilities that exist for salt water when it comes to your jellyfish.
There are three ways to make your own salt water, and we will show you these possibilities with their advantages and disadvantages.
1. finished salt water
The first and best choice for your jellyfish is
finished mixed salt water
directly from us. It is easy to handle, ready to use immediately and you can store it for up to a month. But what it has ahead of all other possibilities,
is the fact that we breed your jellyfish in this water
. The ready-mixed salt water contains all quantitative and trace elements, organisms as well as the right salt values to keep your jellyfish as healthy as possible. To protect the environment you can also help by sending us the old canisters back in exchange. We can then reuse them or dispose of them properly. Premixed salt water is the best option when it comes to your jellyfish.
2. make salt water yourself
The second option you have as a jellyfish owner is to make your own salt water. This possibility is if you
step by step, a cheap and easy way to create a species-appropriate habitat for your jellyfish. When mixing
, water and
bacteria you may have difficulties to reach the right values, but with the purchase of
you should be able to handle this task. With this method you should also note
that it takes a whole day for the salt to dissolve completely
and the water adapts to the temperature of the water in the aquarium. If you want to have control over all the variables in your aquarium, the best way for you to mix your own water.
3. visit to your local pet shop
The last option is to jump in your car and drive to the nearest pet shop and just buy their salt water.
In fact, it’s a great opportunity
if the trader is reliable and consistent in the values of his saltwater This option is cheap and easy, just make sure they have a good knowledge of their water values to avoid harming the jellyfish.
By and large, all possibilities have their advantages and disadvantages. Therefore it is your own decision as a proud jellyfish owner which option is the right one for you. If you don’t want the hassle of measuring, maintaining and testing, the ready-mixed water or the mix from your dealer is the best option for you. If you like to take your time and like to play chemist, mixing yourself is probably the best way for you. When choosing salt water there is no right or wrong, it is only a question of which option makes the most sense for you.