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Water Treatments & Conditioners

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Nutrafin Chlor-X-Change Tap Water Remover - 1 oz

Nutrafin Chlor-X-Change Tap Water Remover - 1 oz

$3.05 per bottle
Large Hydrometer/Thermometer

Large Hydrometer/Thermometer - 12 inch

$7.78 per hydrometer
pH Test High Range (7.4-8.6) for Fresh and Saltwater

pH Test High Range (7.4-8.6) for Fresh and Saltwater - 125 tests

$7.36 per box
Nutrafin pH Increaser - 3.4 oz

Nutrafin pH Increaser - 3.4 oz

$4.59 per bottle
Nutrafin Aqua Plus Tap Water Conditioner - 1 oz

Nutrafin Aqua Plus Tap Water Conditioner - 1 oz

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Nitrite Test (0.0-3.3 mg/l) for Fresh and Saltwater - 75 tests

Nitrite Test (0.0-3.3 mg/l) for Fresh and Saltwater - 75 tests

$10.51 per box
Ammonia Test (0.0-6.1 mg/l) for Fresh and Saltwater - 50 tests

Ammonia Test (0.0-6.1 mg/l) for Fresh and Saltwater - 50 tests

$11.66 per box
Phosphate Remover - Pouch

Phosphate Remover - Pouch

$3.34 per package
Nutrafin Aqua Plus Water Conditioner

Nutrafin® Aqua Plus Water Conditioner

$1.18 per
AquaClear Ammonia Remover

AquaClear® Ammonia Remover

Starting at: $1.33

Phosphate Test (0.0-5.0 mg/l) for Fresh and Saltwater - 75 tests

Phosphate Test (0.0-5.0 mg/l) for Fresh and Saltwater - 75 tests

$12.61 per box
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Aquarium Water Treatments

Going hand in hand with the filter media is a variety of different water treatments for your aquarium. The most essential one is some form of water conditioner that removes chlorine and chloramines from your tap water before you add it to the fish tank. This is especially important as both chlorine and chloramine is lethal to fish. Other types of aquarium treatments include water clarifiers and waste removers that help clear. There are even concentrated forms made specifically for turtle tanks! There are also conditioners that can raise, lower or stabilize the pH levels in the aquarium, as well as aquarium salt that decreases water hardness and acts as a healant for your fish.

When it comes to keeping your aquarium clean, there are many factors that can come into play, such as the quantity, size, & feeding regiment of the fish being kept, the frequency of water changes, water chemistry, as well as the age of the aquarium, and if it was allowed to cycle properly. Nevertheless, all of these factors are all directly related to the most important element of your aquarium: water quality. If you take care of the water in your aquarium, the water will take care of your aquarium pets.

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