Cost Effective Water Conditioners

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No problem, always glad to assist fellow fish geeks. :)
 

epond83

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Yes very good read, now manking an excel file to caculate the amount of prime needed based on chlorine, chloramine, or Ammonia levels, and how much per gallon.

I love excel :D

could be used for other too if the origonal doseage is changed.
 

epond83

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So I have come up with a fun little excel file that makes all this cool information really usable. Not sure how to post it for others to use, or if others are even interested.
 

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I have no idea how to make it accessible to others. Is there a site simular to photobucket i can upload the file for others to download?
 

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Great read, so dosing buckets with prime before adding doesnt make that much of a difference? Adding more speeds up the process, is this what that seachem dude was saying? So how long before chloramine would be totally broken apart in a 5 gallon pail?
 

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The reaction time with most water conditioners is almost instantaneously.
 

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hahah so my bucket hauling is only helping my muscles? So looks like im getting a python
 

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I think that you'll enjoy your new python. :)
 
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