so i have this ZooMed Reptisafe water conditoner and i am wondering what members think about this product it is the "new improved" formula if that matters.
If it's not that bad, leave it out overnight, most of the chlorine will evaporate.
"Results may vary."That used to work... not so much anymore. Most large municipalities don't use chlorine anymore, but chloramine. Chlorine evaporates from the water, but chloramine doesn't break down, no matter how long it sits out. Check with your water company or just use R/O. Even if you don't have an RO unit, it's only about 25-30 cents a gallon at most grocery stores, not that big of a deal.
Passed by Congress in 1974, and amended in both 1986 and 1996, the EPA’s Safe Drinking Water Act was intended to ensure safe public drinking water.
It’s been documented that each year there are over 200,000 violations to the Safe Drinking Water Act – involving over 20 percent of water treatment facilities.
However, I have no information that your particular water treatment facility had violations.
EPA standards are based on a 175 lb. male drinking water with only one chemical present.
It’s scientifically recognized that if 2 or more chemicals exist at the same time in your tap water, the synergistic toxicity of those two chemicals greatly magnifies the negative effects.
Imagine what happens when you have 6 or 7 chemicals in your water...