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Old 08-23-2013, 05:19 PM   #1
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stylish and modern ways to aerate a tank?

Hello all,
I have a 47cm cube tank with an aquaclear 70 hang on back filter, and wanted to add more oxygen to the tank, even though I have a hang on back, as the tank is slightly deep and I'm worried about not enough oxygen in water.
I do have an airpump packed away, although the clear tubing looks very ugly in tank. I even tried to buy suction caps for tubing, but they don't stick well and the tube is all over the tank, which looks ugly. Is there a way to make this look stylish and not ugly?
Or is there another way to add oxygen apart from standard airpump and tubing?
Thank you.
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There is blue tubing that is softer and lasts longer.I put it inthe corner near the hob filter and behind the heater and put plants in front of them. Works pretty well.
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Is that the only option?
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