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    I purchased stress guard and noticed the following numbers on the bottle.

    02/18
    67402 (or 57402)

    Can you confirm whether 02/18 is the manufacture date or expiration date. I was told that stress guard has no expiration but I just wanted to verify this with you.

    Thank you so much.

  • #2
    Thanks for the post, Cranium! StressGuard does not have a finite date of expiration, and should remain effective indefinitely if stored out of extreme heat or cold. There were a few batches of StressGuard that were mistakenly stamped with a date that is four years from the date of manufacture, but the product does not expire under normal conditions. :)

    I hope this helps!

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    • #3
      Hi,

      I purchased Seachem Focus but can't seem to see the expiration date legibly. Lot number is 85504. Can you please confirm the expiration date? Thank you.

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      • #4
        Thanks for the post, rummynose87! That particular batch of Focus has an expiration date of 07/2020

        I hope this helps!

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        • #5
          Hi,

          Thanks for the info. I bought again another Seachem product - Seachem Metrodinazole (see attached pics). I was expecting it will have the latest packaging of Seachem Metroplex but I only received the bottle. I cannot find the lot number and expiration date, only the bar code number. Is there any way to determine the expiration date?

          Thanks in advance.
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          • #6
            Also for Guarlic Guard, it's Lot No. 73965 with 06/19 as date. Is this the expiration date?
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            • #7
              Thanks for the post, rummynose87! Unfortunately without the lot number, I cannot guarantee the date of expiration for the MetroPlex. GarlicGuard does not have a finite date of expiration, and should remain effective indefinitely if stored out of extreme heat or cold!

              I hope this helps!

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              • #8
                Hi,

                Thanks for the reply. The medication I bought has the old packaging (Seachem Metrodinazole instead of Metroplex). Is this product still being sold by Seachem?


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                • #9
                  It is now sold under the name MetroPlex and the new formula is only slightly different than the old, making it a bit more effective/soluble when added directly to the water column.

                  I hope this helps!

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