Any drugstore dropper will do it's the drop size not how much it holds. Your bottle is fine just put 10 drops in a five gallon bucket or if you want to use mL most cooking measuring spoons now have metric equivalents on them.Markolodeon said:^ Which it sounds like I either buy the 50 ml bottle, just to get the right size dropper, or save the big bottle for new tank setups only.
Is it really? wow... I have never been too concerned with getting exact measurements... in fact I usuallly add a bit more than recommended just to be safe. To google I go for some research.And from what I understand unlike a product like Stresscoat, it's fairly easy to overdoae the tank with Prime and kill your fish?
The cool thing about Prime is the older it gets the worse it smells, 6 months or a year down the road that bottle ought to be yummy good.Markolodeon said:Too funny I had no idea what I was getting into. In Stresscoat terms I've got like a 55 gallon drum of this stuff.
Those things are great for all your measuring needs. Got one to pull samples from tanks, another to dose ferts, and so on.Markolodeon said:Found the perfect thing at Walgreens, a 1 ml Calibrated Plastic Dropper - $2. It measures in tenths of a ml making it easy to measure 0.5 ml for a five gallon bucket.