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Old 08-13-2003, 04:57 PM   #21
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Yes, I would agree with glmclell and I could not imagine using my canister filter to maintain my gravel. It is so much easier to use a python than to take down the canister, which can go a relatively long time (3 mos for me) without service. I do 20% water changes with minor gravel vac (due to the growing, spreading plants) every 3-4 days, and I think water changes are the single best thing you can do for your tank.

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