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  1. Is your tap water from a private well? If so chlorine or cloramines are not...) and other pollutants. If your town or city has tap water from wells, usually not a lot of EPA mandated chloramine...

    2 Answers · Pets · 04/03/2013

  2. The water that comes from your kitchen tap is freshwater. However, it has to be conditioned before...

    4 Answers · Pets · 04/02/2014

  3. Tap water has chlorine in it, which will kill a fish. Use some de-chlorination drops. Or fill a jug with water and let it sit for at least 24 hours before you use it for your fish.

    4 Answers · Pets · 21/11/2007

  4. The trace ammonia is most likely due to your tap water being treated with Chloramine which..., so a question about the chemistry of your new tap is quite valid. Ian

    7 Answers · Pets · 17/11/2011

  5. ... a marine fish or saltwater fish, then you would need to be sure to add salt to the tap water as well as a dechlorinator (to remove chlorine, ammonia, etc.). You would have...

    8 Answers · Pets · 11/06/2012

  6. Ammonia presence in tap water is a sign of Chloramines. Here is a couple...

    4 Answers · Pets · 03/05/2009

  7. ...make sure to use a water conditioner (Aqua safe is good) before you put the tap water into the tank. For saltwater, make sure to use either distilled water...

    11 Answers · Pets · 01/12/2006

  8. ...water that too will stress them. You should always use warm water from the tap with dechlorinator to replace the old water.

    6 Answers · Pets · 30/11/2011

  9. almost all tap water has flourine or chlorine in it. you can buy water conditioners at your local fish store. that is what i do. even if you have well water i would still condition it just to make sure.

    7 Answers · Pets · 25/02/2011

  10. Yes, always treat. You can leave out tap water for the chlorine to evaporate out however, chlorine is not the only additve in tap water that is deadly to fish. Chloramine is just as deadly and does not evaporate.

    5 Answers · Pets · 09/05/2011

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