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Old 07-16-2013, 06:32 PM   #1
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flat worm exit

It has come down to using chemicals to get rid of these suckers. It says to remove as many as you can but due to my tank being in a wall it is hard fir me to suck them all up. Will I be OK using this with the still being seen in tank. Also has any one had experience with this product. And advice will be great thanks
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Can u send some pics
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Flatworm exit works really really well. BUT make sure you have enough carbon on hand to run. I did not run enough carbon last time I used it and lost 5 fish because of it. Just follow the instructions to a tee and you will be fine.
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