Water Conditioner: How many drops?

Discussion in 'Water Conditioners and Supplements' started by Crelus26, Dec 25, 2012.

  1. Crelus26

    Crelus26New MemberMember

    I'm going to have to perform some water changes very soon, and I need to know-
    My bottle of AquaSafe says to add in 1 teaspoon per 10 gallons, how many drops would that be for 1 gallon each?
  2. kinezumi89

    kinezumi89Fishlore VIPMember

    Unfortunately it's hard to estimate because drop size varies with the aperture diameter; that is, a bigger hole makes bigger drops. If your bottle is a dropper bottle, you can get a teaspoon and count how many drops it takes to fill it up. That's what I did :) For me it ended up being 15 drops per 10 gallons.
  3. grfresconero

    grfresconeroValued MemberMember

    I don`t know why u use aquasafe , i use DAJANA CHLOR STOP it`s cheaper ,but all the conditioner work on a drop to each liter of water.
  4. AlexAlex

    AlexAlexWell Known MemberMember

    You might want to read the following thread from this forum on the "cheaper" conditioners and the concentration of each one. As I have stated to other members in the past, Prime is stronger and less is needed with each water change (lasts longer).

    And as Kinezumi stated - Not all drops are the same equals of measurements. I'd suggest making sure you are using the conditioner properly. :)

  5. grfresconero

    grfresconeroValued MemberMember

    Yes i don`t doupt you are right it`s just that i tried it that way and as soon as i chaged the method
    i got the result`s that i posted on my GURRAMI,