Water Conditioners for Aquariums

If you’re not using a water purifier, like a RO system (and you should), then an aquarium water conditioner is a must for most freshwater fish tanks. Most tap water is treated with toxic chlorine and chloramine, which burns fish gills. Prime water conditioner, a popular choice, will remove those toxins. A water conditioner for fish may also promote fish health by repairing the fish’s slime coat, which wards off infection. While the best strategy is to use a reverse osmosis water purification system, a water conditioner will keep your freshwater fish safe from harm.

We do not recommend a water conditioner for most saltwater setups, because a) saltwater really benefits from purified water, and b) water conditioners make protein skimmers skim excessively.
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Ammonium Chloride Solution for Fishless Cycling 4oz - Dr. Tim`s Aquatics

Ammonium Chloride Solution for Fishless Cycling 4oz - Dr. Tim`s Aquatics

API Tap Water Conditioner 16oz

API Tap Water Conditioner 16oz

Seachem Laboratories Stress Guard - 500mL

Seachem Laboratories Stress Guard - 500mL

Ocean Nutrition Atisons Betta SPA 125ml

Ocean Nutrition Atisons Betta SPA 125ml

Kordon Amquel Plus +®  Additive - 1gal

Kordon Amquel Plus +® Additive - 1gal

Kent Marine A F Cichlid Buffer 250grams

Kent Marine A F Cichlid Buffer 250grams

Kent Marine Discus Essential 16 oz.

Kent Marine Discus Essential 16 oz.

ShrimpPrep Freshwater Tank Detoxifier - 250 ml - Brightwell Aquatics

ShrimpPrep Freshwater Tank Detoxifier - 250 ml - Brightwell Aquatics

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