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  1. Hi Guys, New here, I was hoping for some advice on what people have had success with keeping substrate clean. I have an extremely fine gravel so cannot vacuum easily and find a fair bit of fish excrement is settling on the bottom. i have looked into creating an under gravel jet system to eliminate dead spots and significantly increase flow, advice from local pet store was to just add an internal filter. the tank is 250L 4foot with a cannister filter, I'm hoping to upgrade to a 660L in the coming months. If I go an internal filter what would be the highest lph flow rate I could push in the 250 without it being too much flow, yet strong enough for a 660L? Thanks in advance
  2. I'm puzzled it swimming fine on min then falling over and and laying on its side for a min or to then it's back up and swimming around there is no loss of colour rest of the fish r fine and water are all grate had fish shop test then 3 days ago I'm puzzled
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  4. Hi guys I have a 6 foot tank and there is a small chip I just noticed. It is about 150mm from the top so there is less pressure on it compared to the bottom. It's on the inside of the tank. It's about 2-3mm. I have attached a photo. Cheers Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Eco Complete Planted Substrate Now Available in FINE. - Sorry about the caps on fine i was having a Oprah Moment.. We have had a huge amount of requests over the years for a fine version of Australia's No.1 planted substrate and now we have it. 0.25mm - 3mm in size. This mineralogically and biologically complete substrate is for planted aquariums and comes in live water that contains purifying bacteria. Mineralogically complete means it contains iron, calcium, magnesium, potassium, sulfur plus over 25 other elements to nourish your aquatic plants. It contains all the mineral nutrients needed for luxuriant aquatic plant growth without nuisance algae. This iron-rich substrate eliminates the need for laterite. Biologically complete means it contains live heterotrophic bacteria to rapidly convert fish waste into natural food for your aquatic plants; creates a natural biological balance which makes cycling a new aquarium faster and safer; packed in Liquid Amazon buffered "Black Water" solution for immediate organic water conditioning; unsurpassed MacroPorosity for healthy roots and bacterial efficiency. You would need to buy 4 bags of ordinary gravel to equal the surface area of this one bag of substrate. Other features include: nitrate and carbonate free-will not increase pH or carbonate hardness; there are no artificial dyes, paints or chemical coatings; the natural black substrate encourages the most vibrant coloration in fishes and reduces fish stress; spherial grains for optimum diffusion performance; supplies calcium without raising the pH; lead free. The Bi-Modal grading naturally separates into 2 distinct layers: 1) Fine layer on the bottom for best root development and 2) Coarse layer on top which conveys oxygen and nutrients to the roots. Priced at $49.00 for a 9kg bag. Link - Age of Aquariums - Eco Complete Planted Substrate 9kg - Live version Fine Ben
  6. Serenity Freshwater Gravels are totally natural they will not alter water chemistry, leach paints or dyes and are completely nontoxic. • Totally Natural • Triple washed • Will not alter water chemistry • Free of harmful impurities • 2mm - 3mm in size Link to the Deal of the Day - Age of Aquariums - Serenity Freshwater Substrate - Coffs Harbour Fine 10kg Usual Discounts Apply. Ben
  7. Hey does anyone has a trick to remove fine scratches from glass. I thought glass polish?? but I'll see if someone else has a better idea first. Cheers Matt.
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  9. hey guys, just wondering where you can buy fine strainers from?
  10. Looking at getting some new frontosas 2 add 2 the mix in my tank at home, do u think it's better with just 2 or putting 3 in together is ok, in the past had only 1 and wish I had got more... And if any body's selling few month old 15cm or so would be good 2 hear from u.. Cheers
  11. One of my older angelfish (shes about 5) who has been in a tank by herself for a good month and a half has rapidy deteriorating fins. I'm talking - water change was done on thursday last week - regular 25-30% changed, normal dechlorinator added and on sunday she developed a hole in the middle of her top fin. i thought that she may have torn it on an ornament so treated with melafix. Hole was twice the size on monday and today her 'feeler' snapped off. I don't understand as all my water parameters are fine. By fine as normal, Ammon:0, Nitrates, 0, Nitrites >5ppm, pH 6.8. can anyone enlighten me?
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