Originally Posted by Bombalurina
My water does come out extremely bubbly - almost fizzy - but again, stirring it and then pouring it slowly gets rid of all of them in my water.
Your post made me realize - I stir mine quite well when preparing it for the tank. I do not believe that just pouring a few ml of conditioner in is instantly going to make all the water safe, so usually mix it around with my hand for about a minute.
I don't think i have ever had bubbles using premixed water... Thinking hard, I have only had serious bubbles form when I was setting up a tank for the first time and poured the water in first then added conditioner. (And didn't stir it much or at all)
I would think that stirring the water for a minute or two is enough to release the gases. Gas escapes from water very readily - the same slight agitation on the surface that helps oxygenate the water will let any added CO2 escape in a matter of minutes. (Something that is a big deal if you are doing a planted tank.)
A bit of research on the gas bubble disease shows that it happens in a matter of minutes, not hours or days, and that water will not continue to be supersaturated unless it is continually agited to that level. It is common more in large scale situations, such as below waterfalls and dams where the water is constantly churned. In aquariums, running high pressure tap water directly into the tank will also do it... But putting water in a bucket and stirring it around or putting it into a bottle and giving it a few shakes will release the gas.
If you are preparing your water before you put it into your tank, I don't think it would be a problem. If you do 100% water changes and add your conditioner with minimal stirring, then it might become an issue.
(Disclaimer: I am not an expert, and this info is gleaned from about 15 minutes of online research.