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Old 02-29-2012, 03:18 AM   #51
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Okay good. I knew you did the one and had fun with it. Just wasn't sure if you were doing it daily.
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Old 02-29-2012, 03:20 AM   #52
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Okay good. I knew you did the one and had fun with it. Just wasn't sure if you were doing it daily.
Ill try and do them daily how long should I let the declhorinater sit in the water till I can pour it in?
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Ill try and do them daily how long should I let the declhorinater sit in the water till I can pour it in?
I wait several seconds and pour.. And repeat
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I wait several seconds and pour.. And repeat
Me too.
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I wait several seconds and pour.. And repeat
Oh wow I thought you had to wait like a hour or so till you can pour the newly declorinated water in the tank:p
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Oh wow I thought you had to wait like a hour or so till you can pour the newly declorinated water in the tank:p
"instant"
Otherwise it would take CENTURIES to fill my 29g with a 3g bucket!
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Otherwise it would take CENTURIES to fill my 29g with a 3g bucket!
Thank goodness it doesn't ake that long! I would not like doing pwc in that case. Also, the water temp would lower from what you originally tried to match it to the tank temp.
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Thank goodness it doesn't ake that long! I would not like doing pwc in that case. Also, the water temp would lower from what you originally tried to match it to the tank temp.
I would have a 5g betta tank ONLY and doing 65% PWC LOL
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I would have a 5g betta tank ONLY and doing 65% PWC LOL
Ha Ha! I hate betta bowl maintenance as is and cleaning the 5 gallon is dreaded. I prefer the bigger tanks...20 gallons and up are much easier IMO to preform pwc.
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Thank goodness it doesn't ake that long! I would not like doing pwc in that case. Also, the water temp would lower from what you originally tried to match it to the tank temp.
Oh thank God haha I was told I had to let it sit, maybe I shouldn't listen to my lfs:/ except there's one Guy there that's pretty knowledgeable he has a tottal of 400 gallons of freshwater tanks in his living room:p
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