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Is this is supposed to replace water conditioners? If so, how often do you change this water?
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can you use this product for a betta fish???
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Tetra Tetra AquaSafe Water Conditioner

Quickly makes tap water safe by neutralizing chlorine, chloramines and heavy metals harmful to your fishEnhances your fish's natural, protective slime coatingSpecially formulated with natural biopolymers which support the development of beneficial filter bacteria for healthy, clear waterComplete formula works in secondsSafe for use in freshwater and marine aquariumsMade in the USA
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how do I figure amt of gallons in my tank

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a cubic foot is 7.48 gallons.
a cubic foot is 1728 cubic inches
therefore
depth in inches times height in inches times width in inches divided by 1728 times 7.48 will give the number of gallons in the tank

ex
((12" X 12" X 36") / 1728) X 7.48 = 22.44 gallons

Note this is full to the top and doesn't account for displacement caused by gravel, ornaments or other stuff.
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If I use this, do I need the water clarifier or does it take care of unclouding the water as well?

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You will always need a water conditioner for your aquarium to neutralize chlorine, chloramines, and heavy metals present in tap water that can be harmful to fish. But they don't help with cloudy water. Is common cloudy water when your aquarium is in a cycle process.

An aquarium normally will cycle in 6 weeks; Ammonia and Nitrites need to be 0 ppm and Nitrates 5+ ppm when the cycle is complete. Nitrate levels between 5 to 25ppm is healthy. The ones you need to worried about is ammonia and nitrite.
-Best for ammonia control is: Microbe-Lift Ammonia Remover for Salt and Fresh Water Tanks.
-Best for nitrite and nitrate control is: Microbe-Lift Nite Out II for Home Aquariums.
-Best product to keep a transparent water (no cloudy) in your aquarium: Seachem Purigen 100ml ( Sell online only). Helps controls ammonia, nitrites, and nitrates; just put the bag behind your filter.
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can you use this product for a betta fish???

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Yes. I've used this water conditioner in all my betta tanks for years and have never had an issue. I've used it both with city water and well water, soft and hard.
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will aquasafe water conditioner harm a dog

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Does the aquasafe aquarium treatment expire and breakdown at the molecular level?

my eels seem to swim like crazy after treating with aqua-safe, and my bottle is old, is everything ok
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Will Tetra AquaSafe decrease/increase algal growth?

I am trying to create a large freshwater aquarium to study crayfish for a science project, and I need a chlorine-removing chemical such as this one because chlorine is somewhat high in my local tap water. however I also want to keep the aquarium as natural as possible with natural algae levels. Will this chemical increase or decrease algal growth at all or am I good to go?
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