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Old 12-12-2014, 06:08 AM   #1
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Tank Cycled... Now What?

My 10G salt has just finished it's 20 day cycle.

I've thrown in the Chemi-Elite but haven't done the water change yet.

My problem is that I won't be able to get my first fish until Monday, what will I have to do to keep the tank safe?

Do I do the water change now? Or later when I get the fish?

Do I keep dosing Ammonia to keep the bacteria fed? Or is there no point?

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