Well if you're on city water your water provider should be able to tell you how much chlorine/chloramine to expect. Personally I've never tested for chlorine and I've been told by others no chloramine here but I use prime and put in the directed amount last bottle I bought was the gallon size so I'll let you know if/when it runs out I think the whole bottle treats ~40,000 gallons of water? Yeah thats like 400 weeks of water changes for me or like 8 years and thats a conservative estimate so more than enough to not have to worry about adding it willy nilly :thumb:WaWaZat said:It seems that API used to make a chlorine and chloramine test kit but no longer does. So how do we test for chlorine and chloramine? Seems sort of like a waste to just add water conditioner willy nilly without really knowing if or how much is necessary.
See... same prob I'm having everywhere. This product, as well as every other chlorine/chloramine test kit ever made for aquariums isn't made anymore.Cyclesafety said:Test strips that combine free chlorine and chloramine are available from most pool stores. Or order here:
http://www.customaquatic.com/estore/con ... -RLR440006