did a 2 gallon water change to try and bring amonia down last night, but is still at .50ppm
melosu, i was thinking of curing it in someone elses tank because i could then put it in my tank, and jumpstart my cycle a bit more
1. also my water is slightly cloudy, a sign of a natural bacteria bloom? how long do they last in salt water?
2. visiting another lfs
, they gave me some free samples of TLC. while she said it would do the same thing as bio-spira (she seemed a bit confused as what bio-spira was). this TLC doesnt actually say anything about bacteria on it but that it removes NH3
and N02, reduces fish loss, and purifies water. 100% natural.
if anyone is familiar with TLC for SW
Aquariums, give me a heads up
3. ive never really dealt with amonia spikes, but i'd assume the bacteria producing amonia have to starve off with no food source. i am thinking about completely draining my tank, drying everything out, and restarting the tank with the TLC.
i dont know how stupid that last part sounded, but if i can cycle the tank with TLC instead, it might be worth it to rid myself of the amonia and the cloudy bacterial bloom