What is Stress "Coat?"?
what is this stuff?
what does it do?
Is it worth buying?
Are there any risks?
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Stress Coat can be used with freshwater tropical fish, marine fish, invertebrates and coldwater species including koi and goldfish. Stress Coat will not harm aquatic plants.
Instantly removes chlorine and chloramines, making tap water safe for fish. Neutralizes heavy metals. Also, Stress Coat replaces the natural slime coating fish need in times of stress, such as handling, shipping or fighting. Contains Aloe Vera, nature's liquid bandage, to prevent the loss of essential electrolytes and protect damaged tissue against disease-causing organisms. Helps heal torn fins and skin wounds.
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- kouneliLv 71 decade ago
It gets rid of the chlorine/chloramine in tap water. Supposedly, it also replaces the slime coating on fish when they get stressed out, therefore decreasing the chance of them getting sick.
- 1 decade ago
It helps boost and maintain a fish natural slime coat that protects them from injury and infection. The product places necessary electrolytes and vitamins in the water.
- Fish Man!Lv 61 decade ago
It gets rid of chlorine and other nasties in tap water
It also supposedly helps heal fish