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Seachem is one of the most trusted names in aquatics– their Prime, Stability, and Clarity chemicals are used by many hobbyists. Adding these three items to your maintenance regimen will help you (and your fish) succeed!

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    TheGolemHunter 1 year ago

    Good info for beginners or even a reminder for anyone starting a new aquarium!

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    TheGolemHunter 1 year ago

    Good info for beginners or even a reminder for anyone starting a new aquarium!

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    Gurpreet Sengh 1 year ago

    2nd

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    Gurpreet Sengh 1 year ago

    2nd

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    Tina Bloomfield 1 year ago

    I LOVE Seachem products!!! I use them for all of my fw and sw tanks

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    Tina Bloomfield 1 year ago

    I LOVE Seachem products!!! I use them for all of my fw and sw tanks

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    JRPy Fish-n-Game 1 year ago

    I have been considering switching to Seachem's maintenance products as I'm a fan of their plant ferts…This viid may have help nudge me to do so…. Thanks for sharing.

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      Josh L 1 year ago

      Seachem's full line is great and the company does have the hobbyist in mind.

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      JRPy Fish-n-Game 1 year ago

      I agree with that πŸ™‚

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    JRPy Fish-n-Game 1 year ago

    I have been considering switching to Seachem's maintenance products as I'm a fan of their plant ferts…This viid may have help nudge me to do so…. Thanks for sharing.

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      Josh L 1 year ago

      Seachem's full line is great and the company does have the hobbyist in mind.

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      JRPy Fish-n-Game 1 year ago

      I agree with that πŸ™‚

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    CapnMow5 1 year ago

    Can we get Thomas back?

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    CapnMow5 1 year ago

    Can we get Thomas back?

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    Shivu Bachan 1 year ago

    Should we remove activated carbon when adding it?

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    shiva kumar 1 year ago

    Should we remove activated carbon when adding it?

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    Happy grower Chris 10 months ago

    I liked this video

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    Eric Mezenberg 10 months ago

    So the "stability" will cycle a tank?

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    BorN xReckless 9 months ago

    Not the right place but I want to REDO MY WHOLE TANK what can I do to save the fish when I’m doing so and what to use to give my water a boost

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    ErnieDoesThings 9 months ago

    I don't like seachem stability I'd rather use big als brand stage 2 water conditioner

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    I like fish Gbv 8 months ago

    1:05Me pouring water conditioner

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    Biological Media 8 months ago

    How will i use it in a 5 gallon bucket

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    pchadders 7 months ago

    It does not remove ammonia it binds it to prevent it from causing harm and is only affective for approx 48 hours

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    DZenitram23 7 months ago

    when do I use ur 1,2,3 steps from big als I haven't added fish yet n only used step 1 water conditioner n had been running for 3 days now with no fish when do I use 1,2,3

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    Rotter Tube Reef 6 months ago

    Seachem Cupramine Copper 250ml to kill ich and marine velvet in quarantine tank https://amzn.to/2HmE7bS

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    Claudio Dean 6 months ago

    Seachem….simply the best

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    Keefe Guerrero 5 months ago

    So I just spilled half of the conditionor bottle of conditioner in my 30 gallon tank will that hurt my fish?

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      Big Al's 5 months ago

      We would recommend you do a water change.Β  You can safely use 5x the recommended amount of Prime as an emergency dose if your ammonia or nitrite levels are above 2ppm.

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      Keefe Guerrero 5 months ago

      Big Al's that's what I did thank you for advising

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    Gurvinder Parmar 4 months ago

    Prime and Stability will work easy for a "fish in" cycle…I was able to cycle a 60 gallon tank in 2.5 weeks with 4 chiclids in it using nothing but these two products and small water changes every other day.

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      Josh L 3 months ago

      Works very well πŸ™‚

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      Gurvinder Parmar 3 months ago

      Josh L As a matter of fact, I'm now cycling a 150 gallon tank… using the same two products…I'm on day 8 now and already got a small reading of nitrates which means I'm almost there.

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      Josh L 3 months ago

      Awesome πŸ™‚

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    r mac 3 months ago

    Its not that hard to put measurement numbers on a cap Seachem

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    Nerisa Lobo 2 months ago

    i got a bottle of seachem clarity. But it appeared to be leaking through the seal the bottle neck turned brown along with the inside of the cap. Can I still use this product or should I request a replacement?

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    James Ruiz 1 month ago

    How often can you use prime?

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    Katherine Neugebauer 2 weeks ago

    So what's everyones opinion on APIs Quick Start? I got a 5 gallon tank that I'm planning on putting in a betta fish. I set it up Monday, it's now Saturday. Every day I've been putting 8 pellets of betta fish food in the aquarium to get the ammonia going to cultivate the bacteria. Yesterday I tested the water with the API test kit and it read .25 for ammonia and it 0 for nitrates and nitrites. after which I added the Quick Start. I tested the water today and the ammonia and nitrite read 0 however the nitrite was kind of 0 kind of not. The color code for 0 is yellow and the next up reading is orange at 5.0, the nitrate was definitely yellow but it had a slight orange tinge to it. Today I also added nearly tripple the fish food. On Tuesday I'm going to the pet store on their filter change day to pick up a used filter cartridge. Am I going in the right direction with this? I'm making this all up as I go along. When should it be ok to add a betta?