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i have had a thought , do you have to use water conditioner when changing water , i mean instead of using it is there another way of getting rid of chlorine and the rest of the harmful chemicals in water , i was thinking of filling a large clean bin with water adding a power head and heater into it , would that be enough to get rid of the tap chemicals or not ?
 
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Yeah the Chlorine will dissipate over time. So ageing it over time will work. And work faster if the surface is agitated.

If your water contains Chloramines this won't. This requires a water conditioner that usually removes other heavy metals too.
 

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thanks guys for the quick response , will give it a try and see wot happens , but will get some water conditioner just in case ...thanks again
 
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