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Old 09-15-2018, 04:27 PM #1
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Drip Clean vs. FloraKleen vs. ATAClean

Which one do you guys use? What's the difference between them?

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They all seem to do the same thing...

Break up salt buildup in hydroponic watering systems.
Off first glance, I would imagine florakleen or ataclean would be best bets.
I'm not a hydro guy and have no experience with these products, just my two cents.
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They all seem to do the same thing...

Break up salt buildup in hydroponic watering systems.
Off first glance, I would imagine florakleen or ataclean would be best bets.
I'm not a hydro guy and have no experience with these products, just my two cents.
Drip clean is almost twice the price of Florakleen, but since I'm already using H&G nutrients, should I still go for Drip clean?
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Drip clean is almost twice the price of Florakleen, but since I'm already using H&G nutrients, should I still go for Drip clean?
The shouldn't be an issue with 'brand contamination'
Just be wise with how you use whatever it is that you decide on.
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