Chlorine/chloramine neutralizer conditions tap water for aquarium use
Makes tap water safe for fresh or saltwater aquarium fish and invertebrates
Made in the USA and competitively priced to extend your aquarium budget
Why pay more to eliminate toxic chlorine and chloramines? Smartly priced Drs. Foster and Smith Chlorine Neutralizer extends your aquarium budget without sacrificing quality. Improved formulation instantly and safely neutralizes chlorine and chloramines commonly found in tap water. Fast-acting solution is safe to dose up to 10Xs the recommended amount to tackle even extremely high levels. Makes tap water safe for aquarium fish and invertebrates. Made in the USA. 16 oz treats 960 gal. For fresh or saltwater.
Every successful aquarium begins with proper water conditions. If your source water is municipally treated tap water, then aquarium fish are immediately faced with the threat of chlorine or chloramines. These two chemicals are harmful to aquarium fish. Use Drs. Foster and Smith Chlorine Neutralizer with every water change, top off or any time you need to make tap water safe for aquarium use.
Directions: Add 5 ml (1 teaspoon) per 10 gallons of water to treat chlorine and 10 ml (2 teaspoons) per 10 gallons of water to treat chloramines. Safe to dose up to 10 times the recommended amount if chlorine/chloramines levels are temporarily extremely high. For best results turn off protein skimmer, UV sterilizers and ozonizers for 4-6 hours after adding Drs. Foster and Smith Chlorine Neutralizer.
Note: Drs. Foster and Smith Chlorine Neutralizer does not remove ammonia from the water. To remove ammonia, please use Drs. Foster and Smith Instant Ammonia Remover (#79366, 79367).
Tap water contains high levels of chlorine or chloramines to make it safe for human consumption. However, these same levels are toxic to fish and invertebrates and must be neutralized for their safety. Use Drs. Foster and Smith Chlorine Neutralizer to make tap water instantly safe for fish and invertebrates.
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