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Old 11-20-2007, 04:04 PM   #1 
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Hi, Our petstore said to change our betta, Fred, water every week. Is this ok? They said to use bottled Spring water from walmart. Is this also ok to use?

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Hi, Our petstore said to change our betta, Fred, water every week. Is this ok? They said to use bottled Spring water from walmart. Is this also ok to use?

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Dechlorinated tap water is fine. I'd use a dechlorinator that neutralizes both chlorine and chloramine. Bottled water do not contain minerals, I believe, and this is not generally the solution to keeping bettas.
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That said, I just use plain tap water...But i do put conditioner in it.
I have been doing this since May, Is that okay? :o
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That said, I just use plain tap water...But i do put conditioner in it.
I have been doing this since May, Is that okay? :o
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