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I do 8ml per cup of tank water. Turkey baste and shake the frag on and off for 15mins. Then rinse in a new cup of fresh tank water and soak for 10mins. Then rinse in another new cup with fresh tank water for 15mins. That way I know its all flushed off. So one dip cup and 1 rinse cup and one final rise cup. I am not sure about the iodine bath I think you do one or the other. I think you might stress them out to much if you do both.( might kill them)

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I do 8ml per cup of tank water. Turkey baste and shake the frag on and off for 15mins. Then rinse in a new cup of fresh tank water and soak for 10mins. Then rinse in another new cup with fresh tank water for 15mins. That way I know its all flushed off. So one dip cup and 1 rinse cup and one final rise cup. I am not sure about the iodine bath I think you do one or the other. I think you might stress them out to much if you do both.( might kill them)

ok and crap! I just rinsed them off once in another cup! Crap does that mean it got in my tank!?

 

 

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ok and crap! I just rinsed them off once in another cup! Crap does that mean it got in my tank!?

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Not necessarily it, doing the second rinse is just safer-I used to do a single rinse. My second rinse is in a bucket with me shaking the coral back and forth- other than that LadySaber's are right on, I also use the baster in the first rinse.

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