Originally Posted by TWA
Normal water conditioner doesnt. The ammonia comes when you break the chloramine bond and release chlorine and ammonia. Water conditioner gets rid of chlorine but not ammonia. Usually it isn't a problem, as I changed water on all sorts of tanks during the winter using regular dechlorinator. But discus are too sensitive to ammonia.
If this is too confusing just say so, on my phone I just kind of get going and don't pay attention to what has been said.
Basically in the winter you need a conditioner that gets rid of ammonia if you live in a cold area.
You mean like prime? I totally follow you, if something is over my head I don't like that so I do further research.
Wow, I don't need that problem so prime it is! I'm sure it will be great for my African Chiclids too!
Reef, Planted, African Chiclids, soon to be: Discus
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