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Hello everyone!

So, I've been using Tetra Aquasafe plus for the past week and have recently become concerned that I'm adding too much. It says to add 5mL (1 teaspoon) for every 10 gallons, which means there's .5 mL (.1 teaspoons) per gallon. I have a tank that's about 3gal, so I'd need 1.5 mL for the correct amount, maybe 2 mL just to be safe.
What's the best way to measure this out? An eyedropper? In all honesty, I may just buy a graduated cylinder, lol.

-MadameDesu
 

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A pipette sounds good. How many drops make up a mL?
 

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Also a great place for small syringes is a vet! Or a farm supply store!
 

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The extra amount shouldn't harm your fish. I've found myself "eyeballing" amounts of Prime conditioner because I cannot locate my syringe quite a few times and it hasn't harmed my fish. BUT Prime conditioner says on the bottle that you can use more if necessary.
 
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