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Aqueon Aqueon Ammonia Neutralizer

Neutralizes ammonia and nitrites that can build up in aquarium waterActs as a water conditioner by neutralizing chlorine and chloramines, preparing tap water for fishSafe for fresh and saltwater aquariumsMade in the USA
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Should I dilute the neutralizer or can it be put straight into the tank with live fish?

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Thank you for your question DeborahJean. While it is never a bad idea to mix any chemicals with aquarium water to dilute prior to putting them into the aquarium, this is not a necessity on Ammonia Neutralizer and can be added directly to the aquarium.
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can this be use on fish, that are for human consumption ?

aquaponics fish
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Yes, it is just for adding CO2 to water supply for plants in freshwater. CO2 is already in there, just not enough for proper growth of plants in freshwater and corals in salt water.
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How often can I put Aqueon Ammonia Neutralizer, every day?, every week? My ammonia and nitrate, nitrite levels are high. Can I put this product daily?

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I have cichlids in the tank, Jack Dempsey's and Oscar's
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It can be done once a day but don’t do it for an extended period of time. If the ammonia level remains high for a long period of time then there is something wrong with the aquarium. Usually it is a matter of the tank having too many fish in it too soon or just too many period, or regular over-feeding.
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