Need help on how to "reboot" Live Rock (majano infestation)
So I've been dealing with Majano for years and have tried just about everything (picking off from the base, treating LR
in a separate tank, Joe's Juice, Aptasia-X, vinegar, lemon juice, peppermint shrimp) and they keep coming back. They decimated all but two of my coral and I'm just about to give up alltogether.
My next step is to try and just kill my live rock all together and more or less start my tank over. So, what's a good way to do this? Remove and put it in a bleach solution? Let the rock just sit out to dry? Something else? Any help would be appreciated...
12 gallon Eclipse: 5 Cherry Barbs, 4 Columbian tetras, 4 amano shrimp, 1 one in. pleco,
30 gallon tall Eclipse II: 4 Praecox Rainbow Fish, 2 Australian Rainbowfish, 3 zebra snails, 2 Clown Loaches, 2 Congo Tetra, 2 Boesemani Rainbowfish, 1 Red Irian Rainbowfish, 1 Bronze Corydora, 1 Golden Panchax Killifish, 1 Aplocheilus lineolatus Killifish, 1 Common Pleco (~5 in.), 1 candystripe Pleco (~1 1/2 in.)
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