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Old 04-04-2012, 09:13 PM   #11 
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I doubt the amount of carbonic acid in the water affects anything, like it says most of the CO2 remains just that. People dose aquariums with CO2 all the time with no problems ;)
And glad it worked out for you!
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Thank you sparkyjoe for the link!! I searched on Amazon for the cleaning ammonia as well. I think the Dr. Tims stuff will work much better. I'm no longer disappointed that I couldn't find the baker's ammonia at the store either. :)
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