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#1 williewilliams

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Posted 25 December 2013 - 07:01 PM

I'm not one to order livestock over the web, but I took a chance since I've been having trouble getting a good mix of snails and hermits locally.  I ordered a nice mix of just about everything offered in the cleanup crew section of the site.  Very happy with the whole deal.  Only had one casualty and I think it was the emerald crabs own fault for busting his bag.  The other emerald arrived fine.  All in All I was taken care of for the one crab and all the other creatures are living large cleaning away.  I would highly recommend  reefcleaners to anyone in the hobby.  Great experience!


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#2 bonzd67

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Posted 26 December 2013 - 02:20 PM

Reefcleaners is great.  Always have been.  We just did a group buy about a month ago.  If there is ever a reefcleaners buy, I usually get in on it.  I mean, at their prices - why not refresh when we can, right?

 

Also, the guy that runs it (forget his name) is super easy to deal with.  

 

As for local stuff, there's never much.  I don't think there's a huge profit margin on cleaner packs.  There's bound to be a lot of die off when ordering in bulk.  However, I've often wondered why there aren't more stores that stock at least a 30 gallon filled with hermits. :(


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