Cost Effective Water Conditioners

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jcarson just has chlorine, I think he was just checking to make sure that the product that he linked to was ok for fish.
 
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jcarson

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So i was looking for the easy way out when it came to measuring up my solution and this was the easiest I have found and I am just looking for clarification here.

8oz sodium thiosulfate to 1 gallon of distilled water.
So given this solution and my chlorine tested from my faucet I will need about a shot glass for every 50 gallons of water.

My question/concern is oxygen depletion.

I am one to "overdose" when it comes to dechlorinator half in the beginning half at the end of water change and maybe another capful just to be sure.

As long as I dont see fish gasping at the top of my tanks I should be good? Right?
 

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I find this article useful as I have a 500 G tank and I go through 3-4 bottles of conditioners a month. I didnt see anything about how to remove chloramine. Sorry if i missed it thanks
Use the Prime product SAFE. Its powered prime. I treat a 220 and a bottle last me about a year. Good stuff!!
 
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