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On the stability of prime when heated

'ello all! Just a question, but...does seachem prime have a maximum temperature beyond which it will no longer lock away chlorine? I am using a distiller to create water that - after being treated with peat moss and a small amount of distilled white vinegar - is going into a future licorice gourami tank, and I've been using old tank water in the distiller.
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Unh, what?...May I inquire as to the purpose of all this?

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