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Old 09-23-03, 08:28 AM Thread Starter   #1
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Water and additives?


I used distilled water with the Swiftech additive.

Is there a big different b/w distilled and deionized water....like any advantages or reasons to use one over the other.

Anyone know if the Swiftech stuff is any good, or should i just use water wetter or something?
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de ionized will borrow inso from your metal aka BADD!!! swiftech stuff is good, as far as i know


try searching and youll get better results...
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