Originally Posted by Elitehunter1
My tank has been cycling for about 10 days. I have live rock, sand and a couple damsels in there. The temperature is perfect, and all the levels are spot on as of the last few tests. Should I do a PWC
if everything is perfect during the cycle?
So, I'm not sure if this post even belongs in this thread because it is off topic and you aren't the OP.... BUT, IMO
yes, you should do a PWC
because you are using fish to cycle and it is hard on the fish to be swimming around in their own feces... (the ammonia they produce isn't yet getting converted because there isn't enough bacteria if you just started cycling). It will take longer to cycle with fish if done with PWCs, but then again it isn't exactly right to make the fish suffer either...