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wendehs 29-08-2008 02:48 PM

Using bettarelax
 
Recently i just bought bettarelax, but im not really sure how to use it. Do u guys use it as a conditioner to age water or do u add in after wc?? :confused: and hw much do u guys add on to it? Mind sharing to let me know? Thanks.

JadeIceGreen 29-08-2008 02:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by wendehs (Post 6102711)
Recently i just bought bettarelax, but im not really sure how to use it. Do u guys use it as a conditioner to age water or do u add in after wc?? :confused: and hw much do u guys add on to it? Mind sharing to let me know? Thanks.

For myself, I will add it into my betta tank after water change.

matejakezman 29-08-2008 03:00 PM

i add after WC too.

i put in around 1 drop for every 200ml, which is stated in the instruction lol.
don't know correct anot also.

wendehs 29-08-2008 03:03 PM

But i thought the instructions say do not add salt? Cause i age water by using pump, conditioner n salt. So wouldnt the water be having salt? :confused: and i saw some threads stating that it's some kopi color. But mine like no color? Did i add too little? :eek:

matejakezman 29-08-2008 03:07 PM

i don't usually add salt during normal WC.
i only put in salt when the betta is sick. (as recommended by the FAQs thread)

initially like no color, but after 1 day or sothe water will become slightly yellowish liao. at least for mine. :o

wendehs 29-08-2008 03:11 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by matejakezman (Post 6102763)
i don't usually add salt during normal WC.
i only put in salt when the betta is sick. (as recommended by the FAQs thread)

initially like no color, but after 1 day or sothe water will become slightly yellowish liao. at least for mine. :o

Oh. So normal aging of water no need add salt? I thought they prefer water with a lil salt? :confused:

matejakezman 29-08-2008 03:15 PM

i refer to this thread one.

http://www.arofanatics.com/forums/sh...ad.php?t=28044

as quoted.

Quote:

In all situation use salt. therefore in normal daily water change dun add salt. Ketapang leaves can help too, in fact, help a lot.
Dosage of med, according to instructions or trial and error.

wendehs 29-08-2008 03:16 PM

Another thing that im pretty unsure of. Can the bettarelax be used as a med? Or is it just a conditioner for the water? :confused:

Hershley 10-05-2010 01:07 AM

Was browsing thru old threads when i discover this. Anyone still uses BettaRelax ? Can share their experiences?

Yelinn 12-05-2010 11:52 PM

bettarelex
 
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I used to use the bettarelex. Attached photo is my tanks set up.
Each tank have filter and it comes with active carbon inside filter media.
First day when I put the bettarelex, the tank is yellowish. But next day it become clear water. My bettas are happy in both with bettarelex or clear water.
And I worry if I keep on adding bettarelex, active carbon will absorb all and release some poisoneous chemical again after sometime.

But I need advise that should I remove "the carbon filter and add the bettarelex" or "with carbon filter and clear water without bettarelex".

Which will be the better option for my betta? :confused:


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