Possibly. Acid Buffer is exclusively intended for freshwater tanks and not every type of aquarium fish is suited to the range of pHs which Acid Buffer can be used to create. Research your fish to know what pH they would prefer. Additionally, many fish, plants, and invertebrates are stressed by sudden high-percentage water changes and shifts in water parameters. We recommend to alter pH slowly and keep water changes to 30% of the tank or less. More sensitive tank inhabitants will do better with smaller, more frequent water changes and slower alterations of water parameters.
Acid Buffer is not harmful to plants, and is our recommended buffer for use in planted tanks.
The composition of Acid Buffer is not directly harmful to saltwater fish, but these environments rarely, if ever, experience an issue with high pH that cannot immediately be resolved by decreasing the dose of alkalinity supplement.
Acid Buffer Compatibility Guide
Green: This product is safe for these tank inhabitants. Take care to avoid sudden large shifts in water parameters within the tank, and review the dosing instructions carefully to avoid improper dosing.
Orange: These tank inhabitants are more sensitive, and while the product can still be used on them, it's best to start with a partial dose and work up to the full dose over time.
Red: This product is either notably stressful or utterly unsuitable for these tank inhabitants. It would be best to opt for a different product if possible. Click tank inhabitant name for alternate products.
Black: There should never be any need to use this product in a tank with these tank inhabitants - we have no data as to compatibility for this reason. Click the tank inhabitant name for alternate products.
|Freshwater Community Fish||Saltwater Community Fish||Scale-less fish|
|Freshwater Sharks||Freshwater Rays||Freshwater Eels|