imderanged wrote:I use ZooMed Reptisafe in my reptile/amphibian water. Supposedly it has the added benefits of reducing ammonia, adding electrolytes and calcium...etc.
tidaboy9 wrote:imderanged wrote:I use ZooMed Reptisafe in my reptile/amphibian water. Supposedly it has the added benefits of reducing ammonia, adding electrolytes and calcium...etc.
Ok here me out when i say this
I "Heard" that most items from zoo med are not that good, the only good product is the dock, the filter is horrible i have a 10gallon and i use a Whisper 10i insted of a Zoomed filter.
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"Testing and treatment (Water conditioners)
Fundamentally, water should be tested for ammonia, hardness, nitrites and nitrates, and pH levels and treated for chlorine and chloramine. Various test kits are available and there are treatment options to create specific water conditions. While regular water changes will help reduce harmful ammonia and nitrite levels, it is recommended that you be aware of what is in the water you choose to use for your turtle.
Medicated blocks (usually in the shape of a white turtle), either described as a calcium supplement, sulfur medication or water conditioner should not be used. They are not proven to provide any benefit and in some cases have negative results. Other treatments aimed at reducing ammonia, algae or removing waste should be avoided, as regular water changes are much safer and healthier. "
Please try to explan to me if im wrong because i think the zoo med stuff u posted is just like
steve wrote:I've stopped using a dechlorinator, but used Reptisafe previously without any issues.
tidaboy9 wrote:Thank's imderanged i give it a shoot the reviews look good! When my Tetra qura safe is done.
I also try my best to buy the bare essentials not waste money on things like, Feeding thongs!
tidaboy9 wrote:Why did you stop using a dechlorinator??
Please expalin and or tell me why???
Is it because you had really good filtration?
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