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Aqua Plus Water Conditioner.. Help!

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To Remove Chlorine:

add 5mL per 10 U.S gallon

To Removie Chloramine:

add 5mL per 5 U.S gallon

To Protect Scales and Fins:

add 10 mL for 10 U.S gallon tank

SO if i want to remove chlorine and chloramine in my 10 gallon tank do i add 15 mL????

and for all 3 do i add 25 mL???

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Guest serpthia

:hi

Just add one measured tablespoon (for every ten gallons add one tablespoon). Replace it in correct proportions with water changes.

You do not dose individually for all three. So, no, for adding 25 mL. Adding a small amount more will not hurt.

Donna

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Guest serpthia

Hehehe, 25ml is two tablespoons, right? So, in essence you want to double dose your tank to make sure you rid it of all rotten agents? What does the bottle say? I forgot, so I may have given you bad advive in the first post. Does it say you can overdose?

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I generally put a cap full (about 5ml) in per 5 gallons. I have chloramine in my water. If you're looking for a stress coat, it's the same thing. They just use different ratios for some reason. It's still 1 ml/gallon. To be safe, lean towards too much instead of two little, but as far as I know you don't need to add that much more.

Jim

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To Remove Chlorine:

add 5mL per 10 U.S gallon

To Removie Chloramine:

add 5mL per 5 U.S gallon

To Protect Scales and Fins:

add 10 mL for 10 U.S gallon tank

SO if i want to remove chlorine and chloramine in my 10 gallon tank do i add 15 mL????

and for all 3 do i add 25 mL???

Based on those instructions, I'd add two teaspoons.

5 mL = 1.014421 teaspoons. :)

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Oh, my, slap me silly. Sheesh, I said tablespoon instead of teaspoon. In fact, my post didn't even make sense. Better advice sure came after me. I tell myself not to post late at night.

Donna

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