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I found hydrogen peroxide to be much safer and cheaper to rid yourself of all algae. I dose 100ml every day for a week in my 58 gallon, and have nearly zero algae in the tank. No I'll effects to plants or fish. Sorry for your loss, maybe this can be an alternative. Oh, and bba turns a fluorescent Orange after being treated with H202 (hydrogen provide).

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So this definitely works on black hair algae as well?

I have a low tech 55 gallon (no Co2 or even any ferts) with a budding hair algae problem, and I'm reluctant to try the Excel method. My fish are guppies, neons, a cory, Endlers, various Mollies, and various snails. The peroxide method won't harm any of them at the dose you specified?
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