@random62 if touch skin just wash off. it's not toxic. if get to the eyes, might be stinging for it. just brush once and see if there's improvement. should have. it's only cosmetic anyway, nothing to worry about
Went to an experienced aquatic person to ask about ur turt, he recommended using chlorine remover that can remove chloramine too (try Baxter 3in1). Could be water issue.
The white deposits are even on e shell so it’s unlikely to be shell rot.
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