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Old 08-12-2010, 02:10 PM   #1
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Brightwell Aquatics Erase-Cl Chloramine, Chlorine, and Ammonia Remover

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Brightwell Aquatics Erase-Cl Chloramine, Chlorine, and Ammonia Remover.
Removes Chlorine, Chloramines, & Ammonia in all Marine, Reef, and Freshwater Aquaria

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* Removes chloramines, chlorine, ammonia, and nitrites present in tap water and/or aquarium water.
* May be used to neutralize iodine in the event of an aquarium overdose.
* Used as directed, is safe for use directly in all marine and freshwater aquaria.
* Free of phosphate and silicate.
* Formulated by a marine scientist.


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