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8.8oz. SeaChem Safe Water Conditioner for Fish Aquariums EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has 8.8oz. SeaChem Safe Water Conditioner for Fish Aquariums (250g) on sale for $7.33. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $25 or more. Thanks awdawg

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  • This product removes chlorine chloramine and ammonia; converts ammonia into a safe nontoxic form that is readily removed by the tank's bio filter - Discombobulated

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Cheapest this has been per the 3 camels. Aside from Seachem Prime of which this is the bulk form, this is the best water conditioner you can get for your aquariums. Enjoy all!

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lol I don't have many alerts for the standard household stuff. I suppose I should have put aquarium in the keywords. The few aquarium folks on here love the aquarium deals the few times they come around.

This little gem will treat 60k gallons for chlorine for $7.33.
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Triggered my alert for conditioner
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lol I don't have many alerts for the standard household stuff. I suppose I should have put aquarium in the keywords. The few aquarium folks on here love the aquarium deals the few times they come around.

This little gem will treat 60k gallons for chlorine for $7.33.
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Always thumbs up aquarium deals!!!
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Was just looking at this. Does this expire or smell as bad as Prime? Way overkill for my weekly 10 & 20 gal changes but hard to beat the $/gallon.
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Was just looking at this. Does this expire or smell as bad as Prime? Way overkill for my weekly 10 & 20 gal changes but hard to beat the $/gallon.
Safe smells the same (like sulfur) but is highly concentrated. I love this stuff.
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so this is prime in dried concentrated form?
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so this is prime in dried concentrated form?
Essentially but Prime helps with the fish's slime coat and I don't see how a powder could
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Essentially but Prime helps with the fish's slime coat and I don't see how a powder could
Prime stimulates the fish to produce their own slime coat. Prime does not contain a coating that goes over your fish. A powder can do just the same. It's not an "irritant" but rather just a stimulus.
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At a 1/4 tsp for 300 gallons, how would I use this for a 50 gallon tank? Or will it be overkill trying to measure out granules...? Frown
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I love this stuff. So much cheaper than prime. You just add a pinch of this when doing water changes. One small pinch is good for 20 gallons.
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At a 1/4 tsp for 300 gallons, how would I use this for a 50 gallon tank? Or will it be overkill trying to measure out granules...? Frown
It's crazy concentrated. I use a super tiny bit for my 3 gal changes.
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At a 1/4 tsp for 300 gallons, how would I use this for a 50 gallon tank? Or will it be overkill trying to measure out granules...? Frown
It would be incredibly hard to overdose. I've probably put a tablespoon in my 190 before no ill effects and I have some touchy rather pricey fish. This stuff is the bee's knees for water conditioning.
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At a 1/4 tsp for 300 gallons, how would I use this for a 50 gallon tank? Or will it be overkill trying to measure out granules...? Frown
Dissolve 1/4 tsp in 6 cups of water. Use one cup of that solutionSmilie
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