Originally Posted by Unicorn
Try the chemiclean first!!! It works great, and taking everything apart could be even worse on your tank!!!
It worked great for me and after 48 hrs you have to do a water change anyways to get rid of the waste
Yeah, I think I might try that. Just to get an upperhand on it and then see if it even comes back and if it does I might be able to get it all out or find the problem easier.
I have had 0 nitrates and still had this cyano
problem.. though it could've been the cyano
eating up all of the nitrates. Right now the nitrates are at 40 because I haven't done a water change in 2 weeks because I'm experimenting. Im seeing if the nutrients/vitamins in my salt get all used up and the cyano
stops growing. Though now that I type that out it sounds stupid because my nitrates are rising and feeding it.
I'm going to dose the chemiclean this morning before I head off to the zoo.