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Kordon AmQuel

Kordon AmQuel, developed over 20 years ago, is the original product that established the state-of-the-art in water conditioning technology regarding ammonia removal.
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2 of 2(100%)customers recommend this product.
Reviews for Kordon AmQuel
Review 1 for Kordon AmQuel
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5 / 5
5 / 5 2 reviews

Miracle Worker!

April 19, 2013
by JoJoFishy
fromLas Vegas, NV
What is your gender?F
How many pets do you have?5 or more
How often do you shop at PetSmart?Weekly
I have a small 2 gallon tank with two Pea Puffer fish in it. They seemed sluggish and didn't want to eat, which is not typical of Puffers. After testing ammonia levels, I found that the water was at 4.0. I then added 1/2 tsp of Kordon AmQuel to the water and it brought the ammonia level back to 0.0 in a matter of minutes. Just a few hours later, the Puffers were swimming around happily and eating again. This is product is a miracle worker.
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Review 2 for Kordon AmQuel
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5 / 5
5 / 5 2 reviews

Simply The Best

December 28, 2007
by Geminate
fromOC, California
What is your gender?M
How many pets do you have?5 or more
How often do you shop at PetSmart?Monthly
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5 / 5 2 reviews
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5 / 5
5 / 5 2 reviews
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5 / 5 2 reviews
AmQuel+ does what it says it does and removes Chlorine, Chloramines, Nitrate, Nitrite and Ammonia. The product is clear and quickly disperses in water - does not cloud or color water. This product is also recommended by Seachem for use when recharging Purigen by Seachem, to remove Chlorine Bleach - it will not contaminate Purigen. AmQuel+ also does not contain Stress Coat additives, which can foul Purigen - Seachem recommends the use of AmQuel+ for use with Purigen. I use twice the recommended dose, because my tap water is heavily treated - 2 teaspoon (10 ml) per 10 gallons of water. You will have to use a test kit to see if you should use more or less for your tap water, a Chlorine test strip should also be used. Always add all water conditioners BEFORE you add fresh tap water to your aquarium for your water change, if you don't sensitive fish might die.
I have two aquariums and 42 tropical fish.
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