Thanks for your continued experiments and contributions. I notice this concentration is double what it was before. Is this mostly because this higher concentration has proven to be safe, or because the lower concentration has proven to be less effective?Recommended dosage for the 30 min H2O2 bath is now 150 ppm. Dosing instructions have been updated in the OP.
I have grown pretty confident with the lower dose, successfully doing the hybrid TTM on a Magma Fairy Wrasse, 3x Randall's Assessors, a Timor Wrasse and my "most sensitive" to date, a Severnsi Pencil Wrasse. I always do daily transfers for TTM, and for the pencil wrasse I actually dosed H2O2 before every transfer, daily, without issues.
The reason for my post is that I now just started TTM on a Potter's Wrasse, which due to their known sensitivity I'm quite nervous about the TTM, let alone H2O2 at the higher dose for the first time. This is the first time in years they have been imported to my country, so I probably have just one shot at this.
Any experience with this specific species, at either dose?
I have opted for a layer of playsand in the transfer container this time, of which I have two batches so that I can wash and dry at high heat in the oven between transfers. Any concerns dosing H2O2 with the sand in the container?