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Old 04-26-2019, 12:58 AM   #11
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Your pH is the same as mine. Just leave it be would be my suggestion. I keep several different types of tropical fish currently and I've kept goldfish in the past. No issues from pH. Fish adapt.

Keep your ammonia at .25ppm or lower. Nitrites the same but preferably 0. Nitrates 20-40 ppm but not over 40.

My advice is Seachem Prime or safe as ZXC also stated.

I usually test daily until I get a schedule down from figuring out a pattern of water quality. Then if I have to change it every two or three days then I do that. Sometimes it maybe a daily water change depending on bioload.

Small feedings once a day. Test your tap water for ammonia and nitrates.

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