Tss+ Vs. Seachem Stability-

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So technically, or chemically, or whatever...is there any real, actual difference? Stability doesn't even have ingredients listed on the bottle. And TSS+ plus actually and literally states what's in the bottle. Figure I'd try Stability this second time around. (a re-cycle) My current readings since Stability added May 3rd (Thursday): ammonia, .00, nitrite, between .25 and .50, and finally, nirite, between 10-20 ppm.

Oops, I meant nitrates 10-20 ppm. Geez, just yesterday, I still had .50 ammonia, FYI, and nitrite was a bit higher, at about .50. And nitrates were only at about 5 ppm. Weird!
 
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I love Garlic Guard. I actually mix it with my Repashy, as a certain finicky baby betta won't eat the Repashy without it lol He prefers bloodworms actually...and sometimes the Corys ignore the Repashy blobs unless it's saturated with G. Guard. I just mix in G. Guard with the Repashy and let it sit for days. SUPER concentrated then.
 

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I’ve tested both. They both work well. I find you can cycle a tank within a week, but it’s hard to say which is better without extensive tests and comparisons.
 
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Oh thanks, Yeah not really detrimental if someone were to test both product, although I'm guessing that there is at least someone out rhere who has. Ugh, I misread my water test readings! They're more like: .25 ammonia, .25 nitrite and 20 nitrate. Well, guess we'll see soon if Stability actually works just as well as TSS+ has before once...
 
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