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Amazon.com has 16.9oz. SeaChem Prime Aquarium Water Treatment (500mL) on sale for $8.73. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $25 or more. Thanks twancirc
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  • This SeaChem prime helps remove chlorine/chloramine and provides a slime coat during the aquarium water treatment process. - Discombobulated

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Not an add on price. Not the lowest price, but on sale from usual $10 or so.
Highly rated aquarium product with 4.8 stars with over 2500 reviews.

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Warning, there is sales tax as it is sole by amazon. It's still a great deal, ordered for my Mexican Turbo Snails as they don't handle nitrates well. This product detoxifies ammonia, nitrites, and nitrates along with making new water safe for use. Definitely a great share and couldn't have timed out better. Saved me a few dollars from the $12 price.
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Repped!
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Safe is currently better $/gal. Still another nice aquarium deal. Two deals in one week!

https://slickdeals.net/f/11274731-seachem-safe-water-conditioner-250g-8-8-oz-7-33?v=1&page=2
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1. use a chloramines water filter for your refill water

2. add 100% peat moss to a filter bag in your canister

in NYC I no longer need expensive error prone water additives,
and can breed shrimp and grow carpet plants low on algae.
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TU for aquarium deals! Purchased with no-rush shipping even though my 500ml Prime bottle I bought a few months ago is still 90%+ full.

Just my 2c: IMO, the best "addition" to Prime for smaller tanks is an insulin syringe - at 0.1ml per 1 gal (standard Prime dosage) it makes it extremely easy to dose Prime in buckets to pre-treat water for water changes before putting it into the tank. I never really understood this drops/teaspoon/tablespoon dosage methods honestly.
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Quote from PetSpy
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1. use a chloramines water filter for your refill water

2. add 100% peat moss to a filter bag in your canister

in NYC I no longer need expensive error prone water additives,
and can breed shrimp and grow carpet plants low on algae.
I wouldn't recommend everyone to add peat moss to their filter. Perhaps if you have overly hard water and are keeping fish that must have their water buggered to be acidic. Otherwise with many species and some inverts (snails)that won't help with things such as shell development.

Of course your blackwater fish that is however a great idea!

That said I posted the safe deal last night. I saw Prime as well, it's also great. However you get a MUCH longer lasting product with that 8.8 oz bottle of safe that will do exactly the same thing. This bottle of Prime treats 5,000 gallons to the Safe's 60,000 gallons.

Kudos on adding another aquarium deal. Repped.
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I have been using this for over 10 years. I recommend this product. For my tank I still have the bottle I bought a couple of year back. This thing reeks a sulfur smell for a few seconds that dissipates quickly.
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Keep the Reef Deals coming please !!!!
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Does it smell as bad as prime?
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Why not buy water conditioners by the gallon?
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I wouldn't recommend everyone to add peat moss to their filter.
well i would and do.

nyc tap is slightly hard and acidic
so a few ounces of pete moss does a
natural job balancing things out.

it's either pete, or spend $300 on RO.
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The price went up to $11.99 while it was sitting in my cart!
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Price went back up Frown
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