- 1 Qt.
- 10% ammonia hydroxide
- Janitor strength
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- Easy to Use
- Fishless cycle
Comments about ACE HARDWARE Ace® Ammonia - 15 Pack:
If you're an aquarium hobbyist looking for a source of clear ammonia to fishless-cycle your new aquarium, this is it. No surfacants, soaps or other additives, just ammonium hydroxide in a water solution.
One thing I'd advise is to be careful how much you add to your new tank - this stuff is STRONG. I would say to start off by using at most half of what your fishless cycle instructions recommend.
By the way, this product is available in a one quart bottle at your local Ace hardware store. One bottle cost me less than $3, and it's much more than enough to take your new aquarium through a complete fishless cycle.
For those who are reading this review and wonder what fishless cycling is, here's an article: