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Amazon has 32oz API Tap Water Conditioner for Aquariums for $6.15. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25+. Thanks MeatballsJones

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Pretty good deal considering the 16 oz bottle runs about the same price. I have another 10% off S&S coupon on product page, but YMMV of course.

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Price history before ss / coupon
Lowest$6.15
Current$6.15
Highest$15.75
Ave 3 mo.$13.73
Ave 6 mo.$13.77
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Thanks. Seachem prime is selling for x4 the price per ounce/ML ratio on Amazon. Be aware that seachem prime is better if you're new to the hobby and will control the ammonia spikes better. Otherwise, this is a fantastic deal. repped.
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Thank you just ordered
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just get Sodium Thiosulfate,it neutralize the chlorine and make tap water safe for the fish🐟.(1oz can treat 10000 gallon of water). Note:Make sure to check if ur city use chlorine as water treatment.Don't use if tap water it's treated with chloramine.
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Good deal
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Got 2, thanks OP
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Thanks. Seachem prime is selling for x4 the price per ounce/ML ratio on Amazon. Be aware that seachem prime is better if you're new to the hobby and will control the ammonia spikes better. Otherwise, this is a fantastic deal. repped.
In terms of sheer gallons treated per cost, I thought Seachem Safe was the go-to choice? A $11 bottle treats about 62,500 gallons, which works out to half the cost/gallon as this deal.
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In terms of sheer gallons treated per cost, I thought Seachem Safe was the go-to choice? A $11 bottle treats about 62,500 gallons, which works out to half the cost/gallon as this deal.
Seachem prime is in liquid form. Seachem safe is in powder form. Prime is much more popular in the hobby, it's more commonly found in pet stores over safe. Prime coats the fish with slime, protecting them further, which safe does not imply. Both converts ammonia into ammonium. Ammonium is less toxic than free ammonia for your fish. Safe is more concentrated and will last you longer. This thread on "API water conditioner" does not treat ammonia.
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Back in stock. Ships in 1 to 3 weeks
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