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Old 12-07-2013, 09:35 AM   #1
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Question about QT

So I have a 35g and 55g tote that I use to mix my salt water, each has a power head and heater. Can I use the 35 as a QT tank? I figure 14 days is long enough to Qt. Any thoughts?

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You could, but might make it tough to observe behavior and any disease like ich. Worth a though if you can see the fish well enough. If you treat with copper or anything, I personally wouldn't use it again to put water in the display tank. That's just my opinion, but better safe than sorry. Others may have more experience on that part.

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I agree that it would be hard to observe what your treating or observing. It wont harm the fish though.
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