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Kordon's AmQuel Plus good?
Old 03-19-2014, 03:18 PM   #1
 
Kordon's AmQuel Plus good?

Hello there...ive been using Seachems Prime as a water conditioner for a while now..but I am wondering if the Kordon's AmQuel Plus water conditioner is just as good? Id appreciate any input!
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they essentially cover the same bases.
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Both Prime and Amquel Plus use sodium thiosulfate to break chloramine into chlorine and ammonia. They both then eliminate the chlorine and bind the ammonia (using the same chemical, I think).

Prime claims slime-coat protection and heavy-metal chelating. Amquel does not, as I recall. (Sorry I'm too lazy to look it up right now.)

Prime is more concentrated, so it's cheaper per dose.
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