In March I went to a Repticon Expo and was given a Zoo-Med goody bag that contained some samples and a catalog. Most of the samples won't serve much purpose, but I am getting two crested geckos soon and I read it's wise to treat their water with a conditioner before misting and providing drinking water. So I saw that I have 3 water conditioner samples, one being reptisafe that I know is completely safe to use. But there were two other samples that were geared toward other animals but contain the same ingredients: Betta H2O conditioner and hermit crab drinking water conditioner. Here is the the ingredient list:
Water, dechloraminating agent, synthetic organic polymers (colloids), chelating agent, electrolytes.
The hermit crab conditioner says it contains genuine cloram-x, but other than that their ingredient list is the same as the reptisafe. The betta conditioner has exactly the same ingredients but different instructions.
Are these created equal where they are safe to use in reptiles or should I just stick with the reptisafe? I'm totally fine just using the reptisafe and would never give anything harmful but I was just curious if they are the same or not.
Oh I also tried looking this up on zoo-meds website but I didn't find a "contact us" tab.