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I randomly found a 1/8 tsp that I use for safe. 


Use 1.25 g (1/4 tsp.) for every 1,250 L (300 US gallons) as needed to reduce chlorine and chloramine or use 1.25 g (1/4 tsp.) for every 300 L (75 US gallons) for ammonia.

So I end up doing a % of that 1/8 tsp I need depending what tank it's for.  If you're treating for ammonia as apposed to water conditioner it's a much higher dose.



On 7/20/2022 at 11:35 PM, Leo2o915 said:

mini measuring spoons 

 Tad: 1/4 tsp 
Dash: 1/8 tsp 
Pinch: 1/16 tsp 
Smidgen: 1/32 tsp 
Drop: 1/64 tsp


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Yes I used these. I like them. I just want to mention I had to switch back to prime because my inverts started having issues. When I called seachem to see if there was any difference they said there were several.  Safe is not the dry form of prime as I thought it was. Safe does not treat for heavy metals. My tap has a decent amount of copper.  I switched back and it was fine. I do not remember what the other differences were they told me. Their hotline is great for questions though if you want to call and ask. 

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