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Old 11-27-2014, 10:16 AM   #1
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Question Blue methylene treatment

Hello all, hope I get some help. after adding new fish to my aquarium my cihlids started to have some white spots and appear to have fish fin deterioration. Went to my local petstore and they advise me to do a blue methylene treatment. I read the proper measurement, removed the carbon , all good.. the question I have is do I need to treat many time in a time period ? when do I put back the carbon in the filter. when do I do the first water change after the initial treatment. I have look all over the net and can't seem to find the answer.
thank you in advance for all your good answer
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