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Re: [APD] Re: Qs: Water conditioners, algae, PMDD

If you have chloramines, try SeaChem Prime, it does
everything you'd want it to do -- breaks up the chloramine,
binds the ammonia but leaves it available to the biofilter
for breakdown.

SeaChem is one of those companies that puts science ahead
of marketing.

Scott H.
--- Alex Vakulenko <alexv at vakcer_com> wrote:
> Thanks, however I believe our water has chloramines, not
> chlorine. But I may
> be wrong.
> I was thinking about getting Wardley's Chlor-Out. Any one
> used it? Any
> good/bad comments?

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