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  1. Easy-Life Fluid Filter Medium is the most versatile water treatment product on the market. It can be used to make water crystal clear... ... I have used this product in tanks that have suffered a calamity - ammonia spike - and are recycling/recovering from a bad experience. But I still am unsure if I am wasting my money on an extravagant product that I cannot get a straight answer on as to what it actually is and how it actually conditions my tank water. Is it worth the money?
  2. I have a tank with some 17 Neon Tetras (plus 2 Bristlenoses as cleanup crew) - I want to add in Blackwater Conditioner to acidify and soften the water for my Neons. But I do not want pH crashes with using this in addition to Supachlor. Will adding shellgrit or crushed coral help in maintaining KH carbonate hardness for stable pH. Looking at holding it at 7.3 - 7.5 I usually add potassium bicarbonate to help buffer my tap water after water changes. Over a period of let's say 5 days pH drops several points back down to 7.0 I have a small hang on Ista canister filter where I could place this mineral medium in for good water flow. What is the wisdom of the Forum on this?
  3. .Deal of the Day - The Ever Popular API Tap Water Conditioner in the 473ml bottle - Treats 35000 litres !! for only $8.95.. Link - Age of Aquariums - API Tap Water Conditioner 472ml Ben
  4. I have been watching the series "tanked" for a bit and have seen they market their own brand of products in australia as well. just curious if anyone has used any of it and if its worth giving a go. Home - Acrylic Tank Manufacturing Australia, Acrylic Fish Tanks T: +61-2- 9713-5894
  5. Hi All. Deal of the Day - Fraction Maximum Strength Water Conditioner 500ml " 1ml per 40L " Today only $8.95 per bottle after your QLDAF Discount = WOW. Link - Age of Aquariums - Fraction - Water Conditioner 500ml Specs - Fraction is a technologically advanced, premium quality, maximum strenght water conditioner that makes tap water immediately safe for freshwater or marine aquarium use. It removes Chlorine, Chloramine, ammonia, nitrites and nitrates. It will immediately remove over dosages of iodine or potassium permanganate based products in the aquarium as well as over dosages of medicinal dyes. It is safe for all marine or freshwater species including sensitive fish, live corals and other invertebrates and live plants. Fraction contains no slime coat enhancers as these could pollute the aquarium. If you love the brand of water conditioner with a PRIME number you are going to love Fraction. Dosage. Add 1 capful (5 ml) per (200 L) of tap water to remove up to 1 ppm of ammonia, 4 ppm of chloramines or 6 ppm of chlorine. Ben
  6. What Water Conditioner do you all use? I've been using AquaMaster SafeGuard No.5 for a few years - but this was only because the LFS guy gave it to me when i got my first tank through them.
  7. Fist time. Did a water change on my african tank (along with 3 others at the time), must have forgot to add conditioner (supachlor). Came back an hour later, 2 dead, a few not looking good. whipped em out into another tank so I could work out what was gooing on. Its one of those things like "did I lock the car...??". Must have forgot. Was suprised at how quick they started to drop though. What is it that would have been the killer?? the chlorine, chloramine??
  8. Just curious if activated carbon would remove a tap water conditioner (for removing chlorine)?
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