In some places my lr
is touching the glass. Its really just a preference. If you want your tank to be easy to clean with nothing in your way of curbing the glass then that probably the way to go. I personally don't mind the glass a little algae where the rock is on my glass. Ive found that a few little places like this give the pods
a place to breed and hide out.
Now the move saw a huge deal. I baged every coral separately. I got the bags from my lfs
. I put the fish in a 5 gallon bucket with a airator from a fishing store. I bagged up all my wet filer material so it stayed moist. All the lr
went into other 5 gallon buckets. then i put all the water from my tank into the lr
buckets. I brought with my 20% fresh saltwater for my arrival. I discarded all the sand from the tank. Don't reuse your sand!
I have the truck completely loaded the night before except the tank. I woke up 3 hours before we were set the leave and started on the tank. Once everyone was bagged up and in buckets we loaded up and left. Every 3 hours i stopped and did about a 50% WC
in the buxket the fish were in the keep the ammonia in check. This all went down in the winter which Im sure helped a lot. Once we arrived the tank got set up first. I used all the old water and topped of with the new water i brought with me. The next day i did the big water change.
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