Several days ago I was preparing to do a water change and noticed that our drinking water had a strong chlorine smell. Although the water had been run through an RODI, just to be safe I thought I would add some dechlorinator. I usually use prime for the reef tank but my little bottle had run out and I was too lazy to go upstairs and refill it from my big bottle. I ended up using some Tetra AquaSafe Plus that I usually use on my planted tank. Since then I have not been able to turn on my skimmer without it going Mount Vesuvius on me. I believe the problem is the "powerful slime colloids" that are supposed to enhance the slime coat. It has been three days and I haven't been able to turn the skimmer on. Any suggestions? Active ingredients include: sodium hydroxymethane sulfinate, chelating compounds, polyvinylpyrollidones, seaweed biopolymers, and organic hydrocolloids.