Eliminating tablets

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Eliminating tablets

Postby abradbard » Tue 28 Dec, 2021 11:24

I am finally switching from tabs/powder to liquid.

I finally ran out of 3" tabs(in floating tablet holder) but still have some powder left.

I was wondering if I could put powder in something like cheese cloth in the tablet holder and have a slow dissolve?

What would be the best approach for being away 16 days and no longer packing the floater with tablets?


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Re: Eliminating tablets

Postby Denniswiseman » Wed 29 Dec, 2021 03:06

What is the weather like in your location, if it's cold I wouldn't bother
Tabs in a floater are ideal when you're on vacation
I don't think the powder will last long in the floater
I would be inclined to put a heavy shock dose in and cover

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