But, it adds Na to the tank, isn't it?
I looked at the patent for OxyClean it's got several soap additives besides the Sodium percarbonateThis is the same stuff as oxiclean. You can use oxiclean if you have it already. You don't need to buy 4 pounds to experiment with.
Yea I was recently arguing with a few people in another forum over Prime vs Stress Coat andHm, the MSDS for oxiclean doesn't show the additives. I forgot that sometimes you can look at the patent and get more data.
Well if it works I'm not sure how I'm going to use up 4lbs of the stuff but your right it'll be worth the price.Brad, when I tried to purchase one 2 pound can, it refused the order, because the minimum order is $10, and one can is just $5.50. That isn't really a problem since it is so cheap, just an annoyance. I chose not to try the commercial products because I know those are always "improved" with additives, like perfumes, soap, dyes, etc. and since the product is not meant to be used in an aquarium they have no reason not to do that. The pure chemical is certain to be just what it says it is, within the purity limits.