Can I immediately re-treat with Reef Flux when the first treatment is done?

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It has been 3 weeks since I added Reef Flux and according to their directions treatment is done and time for a water change. 80% of my GHA is gone. Can I immediately treat again to finish it off? I only have corals and snails in the tank.
 
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I would do the water change, as per the instructions, and then wait a few days before dosing again. At least that's what I did. I wanted to give any corals that may have stressed out a little time before dosing again.
 
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I would do the water change, as per the instructions, and then wait a few days before dosing again. At least that's what I did. I wanted to give any corals that may have stressed out a little time before dosing again.
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