Hi DIY fishlorers, I'm trying to make a DIY drip system. I posted another thread about the tiny glassware overflow I'm making (I have no sump, I use a canister filter, so I only need my overflow to handle a tiny amount of flow, so it gets to be small and cute like ADA pipes instead of bulky and super visible): https://www.fishlore.com/fishforum/diy-do-yourself/232320-drip-system-glass-overflow.html Now I'm here to ask about the other side of the drip system: the water influx. Because I'm using a canister filter, I can't drip into a sump. And to remove clutter, I'd love not to have to drip into my tank either. So I'm wondering whether there is such a thing as an inline piece of equipment that I could plug my water into? It's basically going to be a hose (of whatever size but I'm thinking airline type) with low flow low pressure (1 gallon per hour tops). Maybe something like an inline doser? I don't know if that exists... Could using a CO2 inline diffuser work? I'd plug the water inlet where CO2 would normally arrive. Ideas?