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Old 01-11-2005, 10:35 PM   #11
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My immediate thought is that if you get a new uncontaminated contain of some sort and use aquarium water along with the heaters then it should be okay.

Moving a marine aquarium is not meant to be done I think...

I'm going to use a product called Stress Coat and Stability to help reduce stress on the inhabs and help keep bacteria levels up high.

It's going to be on my mind for some time until I move so I will keep this thread updated with my thoughts. I have to read the article first though as well.
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I agree, that is why when we move it is going to be permanent and we are going to have tile floors ahead of time. Right now we want to buy the house we are in. If we do, the tank has to be moved anyways because the carpets need to be replaced. My thoughts are....this can only happen once, so what ever I put down has also got to be permanent.
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