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Posted by EllasMommie on April 20, 2003 at 21:41:25:
In Reply to: a note about stones posted by LizardFlorida on April 20, 2003 at 20:48:03:
I have one of those aquarium brushes that I run along the glass and the bottom of the tank when I change water.I also follow up with a natural paper towel to wipe off the glass sides a bit. (the paper towels aren't bleached of covered in patterns)The shop vac also has a squeegy attachment. It works GREAT!
Once the other three are on land (should only be a couple more weeks) I'll be changing the tank again to lower the water and remove thh smaller gravel on the bottom of the land side.
The only bummer about this large river rock is that now everyone can hid from me HA HA. But I'll sit there for an hour if I have to just to catch a glimps of them. I'm really enjoying them!!
:Need to rinse out the fishtank too including around the stones. You see poo and dead food matter accumulates between stones and produces bacteria.
:replace only with declorinated-deammonia water done by those aquarium water conditions.
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