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Old 07-07-2005, 09:27 AM   #11
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talloulou - congrats on your new python! Thanks for posting and asking about the dechlorinator amount. This is something I have been wondering about too.
Fishyfanatic - thanks for the link to the March 2005 discussion.
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Since I did not participate in the thread linked above, I'll say that I add enough dechlor for the entire tank when using a python, rather than just for the amount of water changed, because that is what the instructions say on the bottle of dechlor. Once I did forget to add dechlor and killed all but one fish in the tank by the next day, and killed all my bacterial colonies as well.

I also do 50% water changes weekly on all my tanks, even my tank that has a 6.8 ph compared to the 7.4 pH that comes out of the tap. The pH does not swing according to my pH meter that is on this tank, FWIW.
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