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I'd just keep using the Prime if I were you. It's a dechlorinator, dechloraminator, and will potentially protect your fish if you do have an ammonia or nitrite spike in a newly cycled tank. As far as the TSS, Just do a water change before you add the TSS, treat the whole tank with Prime, wait 24 hours, add the TSS aand then only do a water change if the ammonia/nitrite level total goes above 1ppm. Ive never seen any evidence that Prime has any effect on TSS at all. But my experience with TSS is limited to helping people on this site and my friends, I've never used it myself.ok Thank you so much for your input. its a tough decision as I don't want to lose any fish but if I get danio that means more danio will be go back to the store. I'll do more research on cardinal tetras and make a decision by the time the tank is ready.
also what dechlorinater should I use when I get the TSS, I am assuming the tetra one should be fine. Tetra says not to use anything that locks out ammonia or removes chloramine 24hrs before and 7 days after.