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    Default Ammonia Color Chart

    I just bought a test kit that was missing the color chart. Does anyone have a link to a picture of a chart for an Aquarium Pharmaceuticals Ammonia test kit? It is a Freshwater/Saltwater kit.

    If not a link, what color is 0ppm?


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    segraves1 - Reefkeeper CR Member
    Join Date
    Oct 2005
    Fountain Hills, AZ


    kind of a dirty yellow...........why not take it back to the store and get one that HAS the card in it.........

    100gal show
    fish, polups, and LPSs

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    It was discounted. I didn't even think about the chart... I have plenty of test tubes.

    Thanks for the picture, I'll just refer to it if I need to. I'll just have to remember that it is bad if it starts to turn green.


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