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Seachem Neutral Regulator 250g

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I118811-Seachem Neutral Regulator 250g
I118811-Seachem Neutral Regulator 250g

Product details

SKU
I118811
Pet
Fish
Description

Neutral Regulator adjusts pH to neutral (pH 7.0) from either a low or high pH and maintains it there. It softens water by precipitating calcium and magnesium while removing any chlorine, chloramine, or ammonia. The use of Neutral Regulator™ makes other conditioning unnecessary. To lower pH below 7.0 use Neutral Regulator with Acid Regulator (or Discus Buffer). To raise pH above 7.0 use with Alkaline Regulator. All of these products will enhance and stabilize the freshwater aquarium environment.

In addition to Neutral Regulator’s™ superior buffering capacity, it will remove chlorine and chloramine, bind ammonia, nitrite, and nitrate, stimulate slime coat production, and buffer the pH to 7.0.

Directions
Use 1 level teaspoon for every 40–80 L (10–20 gallons*) once or twice a month (or as necessary to maintain a pH of 7.0.) Neutral Regulator™ may be added directly to the aquarium at any time. Ideally, it should be used when adding or changing water by dissolving in the replacement water.

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