Is this brand of Ammonia suitable?

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Re: Is this brand of Ammonia suitable?

Post by Jon_D » Mon Dec 02, 2019 19:06 pm

Almost slowly filled my planted 40gallon tank and as I repaired it, I am checking for leaks. . Following Hanlou's suggestion I will occasionally add drops of ammonia during the cycle. The last cycle on my 15 gallon took 7 - 8 weeks! Hopefully this one will be ready for Santa.
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Re: Is this brand of Ammonia suitable?

Post by Hanlou » Mon Dec 02, 2019 20:42 pm

plankton wrote:
Mon Dec 02, 2019 8:06 am
Did you try a chainsaw?! ;) :D
I did eye up the knife block several times!! :D

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Re: Is this brand of Ammonia suitable?

Post by Hanlou » Mon Dec 02, 2019 20:45 pm

Jon_D wrote:
Mon Dec 02, 2019 19:06 pm
Almost slowly filled my planted 40gallon tank and as I repaired it, I am checking for leaks. . Following Hanlou's suggestion I will occasionally add drops of ammonia during the cycle. The last cycle on my 15 gallon took 7 - 8 weeks! Hopefully this one will be ready for Santa.
Really hope this one goes faster for you! :)

Am assuming you’ve seen the Guide on here?

https://www.aquariumforums.co.uk/guides

It’s a case of testing and measuring regularly and ‘topping up’ ammonia levels when they drop but making sure you don’t overdose xx
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