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  1. .Ok so the girlfriend didn't like the varnish on the stand, which is my cue to change it, i tried using this citrus strip paint stripper followed all the instructions and left it on for extra time, and I reckon I would of had better luck drinking it. It is absolutely useless. So dose anyone have the name of a paint stripper that will move a oil bases varnish before I go grey. I don't care if it's discontinued Cold War era melt your face of just has to work!!! [MENTION=1584]Fish Junkie[/MENTION] any ideas thanks
  2. Hi, I've been looking into the idea of stripping (or not) my Tanganyikans (Trophs/Gobies). I have done a few google searches and I am curious to how many people strip, why and their thoughts on the impact of future generations. Also wondering how long those that do prefer to strip wait until they strip the female? Cheers Trav
  3. hey all!! my red zebra female was holding, and we counted approx 18days worth of holding this is my first attempt at stripping... (fish that is lol) so im worried i might have taken them out too early?? they came out nice and easy, swimming free enough... they have a fat sac like belly, almost like what a tadpole would have i think (pic attached - not the greatest quality sorry) how much should they be moving about? (some lie on their sides but move when another one swims past it) how soon should they get their 1st feed? is there anything specific i should be feeding them? ive heard about brine shrimp and flakes etc any advice would be GREATLY GREATLY appreciated!!!! im not holding my breath that all will survive, but a few would be nice for a first timer like me!! thanks heaps for ya help!!!! simon
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