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Old 01-01-2017, 12:18 AM   #11
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It's getting a little hazy again so I'm concerned. Water change, or wait. These readings are good right?
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Is your aquarium still cloudy?
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readings are all currently great for fish...just wondering if your pre or post bacteria cycle....
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Is your aquarium still cloudy?
It is getting a little bit cloudy. So not sure what to do with the readings I got.
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if water begins to cloud again, most likely will be white hazy cloud. thats normal. cloudy water wont kill your fish.
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if water begins to cloud again, most likely will be white hazy cloud. thats normal. cloudy water wont kill your fish.
So don't do a water change?
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no you dont need to do a water change. water tests showing good. bacteria cloud may show up but thats common. just means bacteria are growing in numbers to eventually stabilize tank.

where are your fish right now? in main tank that is cycling?
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