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Old 10-30-2012, 01:11 AM   #291
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OMG the after picture looks fantastic, congrats on the clean up!!!
+1 looks great!
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Old 10-30-2012, 01:16 AM   #292
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+1 looks great!
Thank you! I worked really hard I think I need more sand... I don't really have too much... I have some that came with the 150... But it's been in a bucket and really... Well, for lack of a better word, stinks!
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Old 10-30-2012, 02:24 AM   #293
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OMG. That thing is crazy! Lol!!

Here's a before & after pic, quite pleased
That is an amazing difference!! Wow! I've been following along amazed at your bravery...lol...it's overwhelming to think about learning all this while trying to clean up someone else's neglected mess and work too! I'm really impressed .....and envious...
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Old 10-30-2012, 05:46 AM   #294
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The tank looks fabulous after all that work!! Wouldn't even know its the same tank!! The fish must be so much happier!! Great job!!
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Good job on the tank! Looks amazing compared to the "before" pic!!
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Old 10-30-2012, 09:32 AM   #296
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That looks amazing!! I cannot believe it's the same tank!!
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Old 10-30-2012, 01:19 PM   #297
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That looks amazing!! I cannot believe it's the same tank!!
It's a big difference! I'm very happy with the outcome thank you!

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Good job on the tank! Looks amazing compared to the "before" pic!!
Thanks! It was pretty neglected :/ When I went to see it the first time all I could see was potential. $90 was a steal all it needed was a little elbow grease

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The tank looks fabulous after all that work!! Wouldn't even know its the same tank!! The fish must be so much happier!! Great job!!
Thank you! They do seem very happy! It's unreal the colors they started to show after having fresh water. I didn't even know that the Velvet Damsel had any blue on it. I thought it was only black with a white stripe, the rabbitfish was white with the brown stripes when I seen him at first now he has all those scribbles in his head and body & yellow... Very pretty very vibrant as they should be! The blue fish that I thought had fungus on its face must have just been an injury because its healing up beautifully, and I couldn't be happier

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That is an amazing difference!! Wow! I've been following along amazed at your bravery...lol...it's overwhelming to think about learning all this while trying to clean up someone else's neglected mess and work too! I'm really impressed .....and envious...
Thank you so much for the kind words I was (and still am sometimes lol) scared to death! It's definitely a new experience and a very awesome one! These sea creatures are amazing haha. I feel like I'm just playing it by ear sometimes....
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Old 10-31-2012, 02:23 PM   #299
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Nothing really new to report. Fish are eating awesomely, the blue damsel's face is almost completely healed so I'm thinking it was just an injury. Today I'm gonna clean the sand as best I can. Next week I plan on cleaning the sump. Think ill put some carbon in there today.

Lets talk about something fun!

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Is it a 6' 150? If so I think its time to do some tang shopping!
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