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Fining agents

Postby TheMechwarrior » Fri Jan 31, 2014 3:39 pm

I know that some people have strong views about the use of these, I don't wish to get in to a debate about them. Just if you want to know more then here you go:

I found this a great place to start my reading:
https://winemakermag.com/26-a-clearer-understanding-of-fining-agents

Cheers,

Mech.
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Re: Fining agents

Postby Sam. » Mon Feb 03, 2014 7:04 pm

Interesting read....I guess that's the answer to why there are two parts to the "turbo clear" sold by HBS. The first must be a negative charge and the second a positive charge. Always wondered that ;-)
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Re: Fining agents

Postby Kimbo » Fri Feb 14, 2014 4:31 pm

Cheers Mech :handgestures-thumbupleft:
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Re: Fining agents

Postby zombie » Fri Feb 14, 2014 6:10 pm

I have used something very similar in commercial aquariums. Large fish tend to make large messes, and fining makes siphoning debris much easier.
The only reason I mention it is the safety aspect. If fish survive with it in their environment, i'm sure people will do just fine with it in their hootch.
http://www.lesliespool.com/Leslies-Ultr ... Bright.htm
I'd bet a bag of doughnuts they are the same product.
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