API Splendid Betta Complete Water Conditioner
Never used it tbh, but I think it would work fine as a dechlorinator; although it is pricey. For the same price, you could get twice the amount of seachem prime (and prime was lots of positive/solid reviews)
It looks like a basic water conditioner, like any other.
I avoid the aloe vera stuff, as there is no evidence it does anything but pollute the water and sell product to health conscious humans (on whom it does work).
All the conditioners are the same to me, as long as they can handle chloramines. I review the prices in the store.
Don't know much about that though. But I would really recommend Seachem Prime.
1. Removes chlorine and chloramine.
2. Detoxifies ammonia, nitrite, and nitrate for 48 hours.
3. Removes heavy metals.
4. Provides slime coat.
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