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  1. #1

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    Have a nice Memorial weekend! - steeler58 For hyjacking your thread, but that Matt........ - steeler58 Here's to Marbles Hatchets & RCS! Congrats! - Slaphppy7 To another safe delivery. - steeler58 new fish - cm12setx 
    For the new fish!!  Bottoms up! - gronlaura T.G.I.F.! - Slaphppy7 Thank you! - steeler58 Have a beer to make your day better :) - steeler58 Have a beer to make your day better :) - steeler58 
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    What are the possible effects of too much De-chlor?

  2. #2

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    Happy Christmas! - Slaphppy7 Happy New Year!! - SeaLady Thx for the nomination. - pRED Thx for the nomination - pRED right back at cha :o) - fishmommie 
    T.G.I.F.! - Slaphppy7 T.G.I.F. - showmebutterfly You are a superman for hanging in there with this tank. - fishmommie Good to see you back and thanx for all the thumbs up ;-) - steeler58 Here's one for the weekend ;-) - steeler58 

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    Good question i would like to hear the answer to this one too.
    Fishes go "pook pook"
    my spell check went on vaction.
    my Mts storie:http://www.aquaticcommunity.com/aqua...d.php?t=117355

  3. #3

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    Merry Christmas - Abbeys_Mom For your patience and tenacity! - Slaphppy7 

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    Any product meant to dechlorinate your tank and Only dechlorinate your tank will be fine even if you add 10x the recommended amount. Only time you will have problems if you add to little. That's why I always add a little more then recommended. I use Stress Coat + with Aloe. Never had a problem. Heard stories were people's fish got injured or sick and all they added was salt and stress coat and the fish made a 100% recovery.
    Wife's Tank
    20 Gallon tall- heavily planted
    48w T5 light, Excel, iron, Potassium, root tabs
    6-Pygmy Cories, 4-Red Wag Platys, 6-X-ray Tetras 1-Scissor tail guppy.

    My tank
    120 Gallon
    soon- 1 Florida Atlantic stingray.

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    I always overdo it and never seen any ill-effects.
    your friendly neighbourhood arowanaman!

  5. #5

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    Happy Christmas! - Slaphppy7 Happy New Year!! - SeaLady Thx for the nomination. - pRED Thx for the nomination - pRED right back at cha :o) - fishmommie 
    T.G.I.F.! - Slaphppy7 T.G.I.F. - showmebutterfly You are a superman for hanging in there with this tank. - fishmommie Good to see you back and thanx for all the thumbs up ;-) - steeler58 Here's one for the weekend ;-) - steeler58 

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    thanks Crispy. I appreciate others input.
    Fishes go "pook pook"
    my spell check went on vaction.
    my Mts storie:http://www.aquaticcommunity.com/aqua...d.php?t=117355

  6. #6

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    Have a nice Memorial weekend! - steeler58 For hyjacking your thread, but that Matt........ - steeler58 Here's to Marbles Hatchets & RCS! Congrats! - Slaphppy7 To another safe delivery. - steeler58 new fish - cm12setx 
    For the new fish!!  Bottoms up! - gronlaura T.G.I.F.! - Slaphppy7 Thank you! - steeler58 Have a beer to make your day better :) - steeler58 Have a beer to make your day better :) - steeler58 
    Troop and Military Support - Amber Alert - Bladder Cancer - Endometriosis - Equality - Liver Cancer - Liver Disease - Missing Children - POW/MIA - Spina Bifida - Suicide - steeler58 

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    Thanks for the info, it is appreciated...

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    If you water conditioners that bind ammonia as well as neutralize chlorine/chloramine (Prime, Amquel plus, Tetra Aquasafe plus), the reducing agent properties will start to reduce the amount of dissolved oxygen in the water. For instance, using more than the 5x recommended dosage of Prime can cause your fish to gasp for air. Most people don't use 5x the amount. Even using the normal dosage of Prime in a 85F and above tank will produce the same effects, which is why the label on Prime specifically states to use half the dosage for aquariums above 84f. I have done it by accident while treating for ich at 87F. A quick 25% water change fixed the issue.

    You will also find advice that when adding medication like methylene blue, that you should wait to add the medication for at least 30 minutes after adding the water conditioner .
    Last edited by Rocksor; 07-11-2014 at 02:20 PM.

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