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    44
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  • How many Goldfish
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  1. Thank you I will! Sent from my LGL84VL using Tapatalk
  2. Beautiful! And the water is amazing. I will check out Swiss Tropicals. This helps a lot, thanks Sent from my LGL84VL using Tapatalk
  3. That's a great idea..thanks! That's all you need to do, get the rings and foam? I will do that, too. Sent from my LGL84VL using Tapatalk
  4. I probably should've cleaned it better, just poured water in the bag, swished it around and drained it out the bottom of the bag. The water wasn't murky until later when I added the Flora Spore (injected into the gravel). My ten gallon has just a pinch of Flora Spore and the same gravel but is crystal clear. I contacted CaribSea and they are wondering if it might be clay particles in the Flora Spore. Sent from my LGL84VL using Tapatalk
  5. Also, I ordered a new power filter. A Marineland Penguin BioWheel, 350 gph. Hopefully it will do a better job. My other power filter is too weak. Sent from my LGL84VL using Tapatalk
  6. I do clean the new gravel , gently. It's fine particle so I have to be careful not to siphon it up. I'll try the ClearMax. Thanks for the tip! Sent from my LGL84VL using Tapatalk
  7. My landlord dumps tons of salt into it to keep his pipes from rusting (he says). Sent from my LGL84VL using Tapatalk
  8. Hi, Thanks That's Farrah. She loves "her" fish! Sent from my LGL84VL using Tapatalk
  9. I cannot use the well water we have her so I'm using RO /Distilled water in my aquariums supplemented with Seachem Equilibrium and Bio Spira Freshwater Bacteria in my 20 gallon aquarium. I have two fantail goldfish, who have grown fast since I got them three months ago (they re @3" -without measuring the tail- right now). I had no problem with the water clarity until I added CaribSea gravel and Flora Spore. I have some plants in the tank. The water has been milky white translucent ever since. My ammonia level is normal and I do 2-3 gallon water changes twice per week. My power filter has a new filter in it and I've got a double sponge filter as a secondary. I plan to get a 55 gallon tank in a month or two, seeing how fast theyre growing and knowing goldfish need big tanks. How do I get the water to be clear until then? Its been two long weeks. The fish act normal, its just frustrating that I can't get the water clear. I will be getting a bigger power filter, and have tried using water clarifies. Any thoughts? Sent from my LGL84VL using Tapatalk
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