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I have both chlorine and chloramine in my water and just but my dechlor,
which is pure sodium thiosulphate solution that I make up from a powder
I get from Fishy Fharmacy. Been working fine in this water for a year.

For chloramine I use double dose--two drops per gallon. Many of the
local shops also use just sodium thiosulphate for conditioning.  Plus,
of coures the stuff required specifically by certain fish.


> Date: Thu, 16 Mar 2000 18:36:56 EST
> From: IDMiamiBob at aol_com
> Subject: Re: Water Changes
> > How many of you guys treat the "new" water in a separate container before
> you
> >
> >  introduce it into the aquarium during water changes? How many don't?
> I don't.  It probably depends on whether chloramine is a local issue.  With
> regular chlorine, you can change 25% straight out of the tap.  Not so with
> Chloramine.  It can get you into real trouble.