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The bottle of Flourish Comp. says to refrigerate, and I have read it is because of the film that grows on the surface or something inside the bottle. So to make it easier for storage I have had my Prime, Excel, and Iodide in the refrigerator...can this do any harm?
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Nope, it is fine to keep them in the fridge if you want.

Just make sure you don't mix them up for something else like beer
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I buy a large 2 or 4L bottle of Comp and keep it in the fridge. I fill a small Comp Bottle(250ml) and keep out on the floor for use with the tanks each week. The small bottle lasts a few weeks....and is much easier to dose from than the huge jug. I think it is recommended to refrigerate if you will not use the product in a relatively short span...however for small bottles which are quickly used I don't see the point in doing so.
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I actually have color coded travel size shampoo bottles I fill with all my solutions and keep by the tanks, they have a flip open cap I can stick my syringe into. I think they are 1oz bottles

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