The website goes on to state: "Only certain slime coat products will cause Purigen® to become toxic; the products that do this are amine based. Prime® and Safe™ are not amine based and so will not cause this problem. If you're curious, what happens is that the amine compounds can strongly bind to the resin, then when they (the amines) come into contact with any chlorine they will form chloramines which are highly toxic. We offer a
So, I have a couple of questions please:
1. As I have been using stress coat + which is amine based, how many water changes will it take to get rid of it so I can add the purigen to the filter?
2. As Prime is eye-wateringly expensive in the UK, I was going to use
Any ones experiences with purigen would be very welcome, I just dont want to do something that will harm my fish.
sounds like more aggravation than needs be,?
just out of interest why do you want to use this stuff ?
and welcome by the way :-D
there is a discussion about this product you may find useful here http://www.tropicalfishkeeping.com/a...4/#post3098457
There are a slew of "Purigen" threads just below here in the "similar threads" section.
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