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Old 11-28-2013, 10:18 AM   #21
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Finally my tank really didn't enjoy my raise of 1.5 hrs in light, this morning my water is all green. I've put the UV Sterilizer and today the lights will be set on OFF all the day. I've set the light timer to be 7.5 hrs instead of 10.

I've did a 4dKHį solution for my drop checker, apparently, my drop checker wasn't accurate, now it's a beautifull green instead of yellow, maybe the KH was a bit < 4. I've raised a bit the CO2 flow, but will be OFF for today as I'll keep the light OFF 2.

I spot used 3% peroxyde on my BBA and clados, waited 15 mins, then spot used Excel, then turn filter on after 30 mins (after is stopped bubbling O2). BBA already changed color, I see they're starting to turn a bit pink.

Can I do same treatement every day until it stop (peroxyde + excel) ?
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Yes you can do one spot treatment per day.
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Old 11-28-2013, 11:34 AM   #23
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Yes you can do one spot treatment per day.
K, I'll do it tomorrow again, today lights are off, so it's hard to see spots to treat.

Thanks for help guys !
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