Other than via reverse osmosis is there a water conditioner used for tap water that removes or neutralizes copper? I have a dechlorinator that says "neutralizes chlorine, chloramines and harmful metals instantly" but it doesn't specify which metals.
I looked for something to reconstitute R/O water for fish & FW inverts (for now I'm all about various Apple Snails) but didn't find anything like that. So I thought I could go with half R/O & half tap water to get a more buffered water. My city's tap water is 440 ppm before it goes through the condos salt softener but I would still have the copper problem, just reduced by half.
I picked up some filter media bags to put some crushed sea shells in the filters water stream to harden up the water some.
Anyone have thoughts or product suggestions for me?