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Hi, I am having a brain blank. I bought seachem safe to try because it's more economical than prime. I thought it would be good for my 90 gallon. How much should I dose for water changes? My city tap water water generally runs .under 25ppm under ammonia and under 5ppm nitrates. Thank you
So my long expected little pot of Seachem Safe finally arrived the other day. Water change is due tomorrow and I'm at a loss with the amount of product I should use for my 20gal tank. It's a 50ml bottle I got to try it. It says in the instructions that I put a scoop per 100l. How much is a scoop? No clue. I found some formula online explaining how to calculate the equivalence of a scoop given the total amount of substance it is taken out of but I have never been good at maths. I figure a scoop is probably 1ml. Can anybody tell me how much Safe I'm supposed to use? Thanks in advance!
Hi there! Anyone out there use Seachem "Safe"? I bought it because I use soo much prime this is cheaper... I don't understand the instructions however... how much do I add to my tank??? This is what the instructions ONLINE say: (they updated them) Chlorine: use 1 measure to each 130 L (35 gallons*) of tap water (removes 1 ppm).. Chloramine: use 1 measure to each 100 L (25 gallons*) of tap water (removes 1 ppm). Ammonia: use 1 measure to each 32 L (8 gallons*) of tap water (removes 1 ppm). Do not overdose! 1 measure = 100 mg. I don't get it... I want to use it when I do water changes... I have a 55 gallon, 35 gallon, 29 gallon, and 20 gallon I'll be using it in... but it gives instructions for three different purposes? What should I use? Can someone tell me what to use for 50 gallons of tap water? Thank you very much!