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Yeh you need it to be light for sea foam to start with.
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Is there any place in North America where they sell the pre-mix 1 liter version of Mayhems products? All I can find is the 250ml concentrate versions.
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just grab the concentrate and buy a gallon of distilled water. Distilled water is easy to find in NA compared to the UK apparently.

Cost me $2 for a gallon of Poland Spring Distilled lol.
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Is there any place in North America where they sell the pre-mix 1 liter version of Mayhems products? All I can find is the 250ml concentrate versions.

Aquatuning.us

I orders 3 liters of pastel green premix, ordered on a Monday received on a Thursday. I orders 2 more liters of ultra pure water and some tubing, paid $20 for shipping . When I checked the tacking number all the stuff was coming from Germany
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Does the Pastels react with Duralene? Or is it fine?



Working great, no issues thumb.gif
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Aquatuning.us

I orders 3 liters of pastel green premix, ordered on a Monday received on a Thursday. I orders 2 more liters of ultra pure water and some tubing, paid $20 for shipping . When I checked the tacking number all the stuff was coming from Germany

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So, I just read all 125 pages and I have to say that because of your dedication to customer service, business ethics, and kick ass products I'm going to be using your products when I get the cash to do the build I want. Now, for the questions.

1) Do your UV dyes require constant and direct light to glow or do they continue to glow after a short exposure? The reason I ask is because I have a tentative plan to add some inline UV aquarium sterilizers, but there's no point if they won't constantly fluoresce. I hate those fake purple UV lights and the real deal are too dangerous for PC applications.

2) I know you don't produce it anymore, but is there a certain way to mix the pastel brown to get a copper color? I was thinking that if you used pastel white as a base, added pastel brown until you achieve a medium tan, and then add red+yellow in whatever proportion you'd get there. But, on the other hand, I can see that only producing a **** brown.

EDIT: By the way, how is Iron Man Red (prototype) different from your other reds?
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Mayhem,

You said in another thread "If going with pastel be careful with plasticizer leaching tubing."

I wanted to make sure it is still OK to use XSPC High Flex tubing as it was stated as being tested OK with Pastel coolant on the FAQ posted page 1 of this thread. The reason I ask is I am using this tubing, but noticed it was a bit murky looking and not crystal clear. There is nothing on the inside and I have ran plain DI water through it testing my setup and did not notice anything inside the tubes or such.

The new Primochill "Advanced" LRT looks more clear, but you said it has not been tested yet so I wanted to stay with what you said was OK like the XSPC tubing.

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Mayhem,
XSPC High Flex tubing

This is specifically the sort of tubing that has given so many people problems. Standard tubing is usually some variation of PVC (not all of which is white and unbendable), but in a lot of cases a plasticizer is added to give the hose more ability to bend without kinking. My advice is go with duralene or some other appropriately cheap hose which, because of its cost, you can almost guarantee won't have plasticizer added in. Or, you can go the other direction and get one of the medical-rated Tygon tubes which can't have plasticizer in them because of their function, but you need some muscle and dexterous hands to work with that stuff.
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wow loads of questions

oky

1) UV dyes need UV black light all the time they are now glow dyes so there for charging them doesn't work.

2) If you have a pic of the colour you need ill look into how to make that colour for you.

3) Tubing wise Duralene has just landed on our door step (thank you to PPC for this your heroes) and we are now testing it. As for XSPC tubing we haven't tested there latest stuff im afraid to say. So cannot really cannot comment on it. There are lots of users who are using many different types of tubing and it gets very confusing to suggest the best types. Hopefully some user maybe able to answer this question for you smile.gif. We can only go on our own findings.

This is one of the test system we have just thrown together for testing the new tubing ->



For any one interested the fittings are the new Monsoon carbon fibre fittings. Im impressed to say the least.


Edited by Mayhem - 1/22/13 at 4:22am
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