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Old 10-07-2006, 12:37 AM   #1
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Ammo-chips

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Is it me or does it really not say on the box how often these ammonia absorbers should be replaced? I think it is me.

So can you tell me please how often? I mean they would not sell it in box packages unless it needed to be replaced.

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Ammo-chips are not neccessary, except if needed to bring down ammonia in an emergency.
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I agree with RoK. Unless you have unusually high Ammonia readings in your tap or in case of an emergency, you don't need them.
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They are great for cleaning up oil spills!
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