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: This is going to sound silly (I think) but I've been afraid of using the
: Nature2/(dichlor) routine because my filters screw downward
: (openingdown) & I'm afraid that the Nature cartridge will clog up
: the plumbing so that the filter flow will be restricted. I need
: someone to tell me that I'm wrong & goodbye Bromine. My filters
: are only about 10-11 inches long.
Nature2 comes with an adjustable stick so you can have the canister in the middle of the filter. It doesn't affect water flow much. If it is a concern, some people just lay the canister in the filter compartment.
With the "goodbye Bromine" comment, I just want to be sure you know that you still need to use a santizer (with N2 -- dichlor, the Frog works with Bromine or dichlor). IMO, the folks that use N2 with daily MPS and only occasional dichlor are asking for trouble. You need regular doses of sanitizer to keep a clean tub.
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