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    I have to treat a 10 gallon fish tank and the directions have 5 ml to 90 gallons of water. How much do I need to put in 10 gallons of water?

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    Re: 5 ml to teaspoons

    Originally posted by Unregistered
    I have to treat a 10 gallon fish tank and the directions have 5 ml to 90 gallons of water. How much do I need to put in 10 gallons of water?
    5 mL = 1 teaspoon. However, be sure you are using a teaspoon from a measuring spoon set (the capacity will be marked). The spoon called a teaspoon from a flatware set may not be an accurate size.

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      Re: 5 ml to teaspoons

      Originally posted by Unregistered
      I have to treat a 10 gallon fish tank and the directions have 5 ml to 90 gallons of water. How much do I need to put in 10 gallons of water?
      Hi, if you want to treat 10 gallons rather than 90gallons, you might be better to use a dropper.

      5mL x 10/90 = 0.56mL

      There are about 20 drops in one mL, so you could carefully use 11 drops. Hope this helps.

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      • #4
        Re: 5 ml to teaspoons

        A usual shot glass is an ounce. 5ml = .16 of a shot glass.

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          Re: 5 ml to teaspoons

          How many teaspoons in a ml

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          • #6
            Re: 5 ml to teaspoons

            Originally posted by Unregistered View Post
            How many teaspoons in a ml
            About 1/5. 5 mL = 1 tsp approx.

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            • #7
              1/10 tsp per 10 gallons / Re: 5 ml to teaspoons

              Originally posted by Unregistered View Post
              I have to treat a 10 gallon fish tank and the directions have 5 ml to 90 gallons of water. How much do I need to put in 10 gallons of water?
              0.5 mL for 10 gallons. (90/9 = 10) and (5 mL/9 = 0.555...). Not 1/2 teaspoon but 0.5 mL.
              1 Tsp = 5 mL and again just happens to be ten 0.5's in 5 mL so divide 1 tsp by 10 =

              1/10 teaspoon in 10 gallons

              If I messed that up (even though all 10's LOL), please anybody let me know, but I did it in my head then slowly here so think it's correct.

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