Neutral Regulator adjusts pH to neutral and maintains it, softens and conditions, removes both chlorine and chloramine, promotes clarity, enhances and stabilizes the environment and benefits fish health. It contains pure phosphate buffers for pH control and conditioners for chlorine, chloramine, and ammonia control. A 250 g bottle treats over 800 gallons. Freshwater use only.
I have alkaline water; which is especially difficult to work with when you want freshwater fish & a planted tank. I bought this stuff based off the review below, HOWEVER, I think this a phosphate based product. Key ingredient for algae blooms, esp. cyanobacteria which will damage plants and release toxins into the water.
How do I know it's not from bio load? I have 4 tiny fish in a fully planted tank in a fairly large aquarium.
At first I couldn't figure out what was causing it, so I kept doing water changes. However since I kept adding this stuff as I did water changes, the changes did nothing.
Not sure why this is on the shelves. Maybe if you're trying to keep soft water from becoming too acid, or if you want .1 or .2 changes, then it might be okay. But for normal use, not only do you need to use a lot, but it's not very effective as a solution.
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