I have a 10 gallon cherry shrimp and snail tank at my office. I use RO/DI water and do not inject CO2 for my lightly planted tank. I used guides from Flip Aquatics to remineralize with SaltyShrimp GH/KH+ up to a TDS of 200. However, while I was getting good GH, my KH started to bottom out and my pH began to drop, which was not good for my snails. Anyway, I was looking into other options and came on the Seachem products. I used their calculator for Alkaline/Acid Buffer and Equilibrium and tried remineralizing with them instead. I ended up with a pH of 7.4, KH of 6, and a GH of 13. Those are all slightly above what I wanted them but are in the acceptable range for my shrimp. Unfortunately, when I checked the TDS, it was over 700. That's a TON over my goal. So, should I ignore the TDS since my GH/KH are ok? Where is all that extra TDS coming from? Any guidance? I really don't want to put this water into my shrimp tank unless I know it's safe.