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  1. I found this article in a cichlid forum and thought it would be beneficial for us all. Many many thanks to MudbugnLouisianna for e-mailing the companies and compiling this list. 1. Aquarium Pharmaceuticals Test Solutions Shelf Life from bottling date Wide Range pH Test Solution 3 years Ammonia Test Solution #1 3 years Ammonia Test Solution #2 3 years High Range pH Indicator Solution (m-Cresol Purple) 3 years Nitrate Test Solution #1 3 years Nitrate Test Solution #2 3 years GH Test Solution 3 years KH Test Solution 4 years Nitrite Test Solution 4 years Fresh Water Ammonia Test Solution (Nessler) 5 years Fresh Water pH Indicator Solution 5 years High Range pH Indicator Solution (Cresol Red) 5 years Salt Level Test Solution #1 5 years Salt Level Test Solution #2 5 years To determine bottling date check the lot # on the reagent bottle. The last 4 digits are the month and year of bottling. Example: 33A1201 would = a bottling date of December 2001. If you have any more questions please contact me. Karin Berke Technical Services Representative Aquarium Pharmaceuticals 800-847-0659 2. Hagen All of our test kits have a shelf life of four years. Each package is marked with an expiration date. Please reply if you have any further questions. Thank you, Sharon Emond, Customer Service Dept. Rolf C. Hagen (USA) Corp. 3. Tetra The kits have a five-year shelf life. Once you open them you should discard them after a year. If you would like us to trouble shoot further please call 800-526-0650 option 1 M-F 8-5. Regards, Tetra Consumer Relations
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