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Old 04-15-2016, 02:33 PM   #1
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Safety Stop Dip

has anyone used this or had any experience of it? Id like to get another fish without setting up a QT tank. (too much work to setup) I live in an apartment and space is really tight. Just curious to see if its worth getting without my DT crashing. If not ill setup my QT if need be.
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Never heard of it. That said, a qt is best practice but not always gospel. I'm tight for space as well and am unable to Qt my livestock. I try to monitor at my lfs if possible.


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ok i had a guy from my local club and used it and put his tang right in after using it. its basically a 45 min QT. Just thought Id ask here to really see if it works or if anyone here had any experience with it.
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I've seen something like that for fresh water , never seen anything like that for saltwater .
Just about any type of quick fix even that stuff if they even have it for saltwater just covers up any issues with a fish or even your tank , IMO nothing beats the good ole QT so the fish can be observed it also gives time to be sure he will eat , I don't believe in unnecessary chemicals as saltwater fish are delicate as it is and some can actually harm the fish ,
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