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Old 11-30-2017, 05:06 AM   #11
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I want to ask others as I read you guys use heater for stored water. May I know its significance? Thanks.
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Well you should not stress your leg. I think you should not store water and carry have buckets. If you don't need RO water then really I suggest invest in water changing system. There are many out there. Its very very easy to do a water change with them. Really you can add prime after you pour your tap water to your tank and it won't make any difference as Seachem itself say that you can add prime later too. Your health comes first. Hobby is secondary. A water changing system will make it very easy for you.
Yeah, I need an easy way to do water changes until I get better. That's why I was thinking about storing water in a bin and using a pond pump to fill/drain my tanks. I really like the idea of the python water changers, but they won't work for my setup.
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Yeah, I need an easy way to do water changes until I get better. That's why I was thinking about storing water in a bin and using a pond pump to fill/drain my tanks. I really like the idea of the python water changers, but they won't work for my setup.
I see. Then you can store and use pump with a hose to fill and take out water from tank. I hope someone else can guide you because I don't store water. I store only for my nano six gallon but I store because it has Taiwan Bee Shrimps which are very delicate. So I make sure to put only healthy detoxified water. I don't use RO but they are doing good.
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