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  1. Yep we have Prime, Fraction, API and Supachlor dechlorinators water ages and Supachlor 2 litre we have a massive bargain on - $21.96 less your QLDAF discount just $19.76 2 Days only or while stock lasts. Australian Made Use just 5ml per 200 liters Water Ager Removes Ammonia Removes Fluoride Removes Heavy Metals Removes Copper, Iron, Zinc and Aluminium by chelating Removes Hydrated Lime Does not contain Formaldehyde Here is the link -----> http://www.thetechden.com.au/dealoftheday.asp
  2. Does anyone else use "www.aquariumproducts.com.au/catalogue_products.php?prodID=4072&catID=36" to do water changes? Granted they are not cheap but after lugging around 30L buckets and trying to calculate amounts of dc to add depending on what the council is adding they are just too easy. I have had mine going on 6 years and it's working fine still and makes those disaster moments more bearable and quick to fix. I don't see any threads where they get a mention so am i the only one using these? I would rather pay for stuff that works than trying to save a few dollars and do things the slow way. The only fault i have found is if you have the tap going flat out not all of the nasties get caught so a medium flow rate works good. I make sure i have some normal dc around but it never gets used. Any other uses out there and have you had any dramas?
  3. Hi, just been looking at a de-chlorinator online anyone seen or used one? If so what are they like? It said it does 9ltrs per min, and does 150,000 changes, sounds good but would like to here from someone that has one.
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