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I`ve got a question that I seem to get conflicting answers to.When adding chlorine remover,do I add enough Aqua-safe to cover the amount for the "new" water?Or do I add enough to cover the total tank amount?I`ve heard it both ways. I usually just try to cover the amount that I am replacing.
Since the water in your tank has already been treated and/or is chlorine free, you only treat for the new tap water you're adding.
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