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Old 04-26-2015, 02:29 PM   #1
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Is it safe to add prime directly to aquarium?

Title says it all. Is it safe to add seachem prime directly to an aquarium for its ammonia-diminishing properties? I was thinking maybe a half capful.


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Certainly!
Read directions on bottle.
I believe you can overdose as much as 5 times.
A water change sounds in order also ?
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Yeah, stupid plecos are pooping machines! Thanks for the advice! It smells so foul that I was worried.


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