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Old 08-09-2018, 10:20 AM   #1
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Bacteria bloom

Quick run down 55gal long 1 or 2 inch substrate some decor freshwater heater and filter was straight out the starter tank box idk my ph levels but ik I messed up and put fish in the tank during the new tank Bacteria bloom cycle thing .... itís been a couple months almost and tank is still cloudy how do I get this fixed itís not bother guppies but I want to get RB piranha so rlly wanna get this fixed
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Old 08-09-2018, 11:03 AM   #2
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Lots of water changes, kill the lights for a week straight (if no plants) and then some more water changes. Clean out filters in old tank water once a week, and keep surface agitation up to ensure plenty of O2 for fishes
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Old 08-09-2018, 11:14 AM   #3
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I'd do a couple 50% water changes today then do 33% daily water changes afterwards. Testing the water usually helps gauge how much water to change and how frequent. API master test kit is good. It also gives you an idea of when your tank is cycled if it isn't already.
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No fake plants so does i guess it dont matter on or off wit constant water changes approx how long before it’s clear
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Old 08-09-2018, 06:26 PM   #5
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I think Z is telling you to kill the lights so you aren't feeding the bacteria.
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Here’s a update on tank .... the pic tells full story but I swear there’s still a cloud in there ... win lookin in front of tank cloud is unnoticeable
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Hereís a update on take .... the pic tells full story but I swear thereís still a cloud in there ... win lookin in front of tank cloud is pretty much unnoticeable
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Is there a film on the sides of the glass inside the tank that isn't on the front? I've had that problem before.
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Not that ik of it feels jus like glass y
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Iv wipes down the insides wit a rag I noticed it did get some of clouds in it when I ringed it out ...hereís 2 more pics maybe it says it better than explaining it the one pic is me shining lite in to tank from out to Illuminate The clouds from above
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