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raynaz last won the day on January 16 2015

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  1. Since the water volume is small...regular small volume of water change should be able to bring down the nitrate but please spread out your water changes over 2 to 3 weeks to avoid shocking to your live stocks since pico tank is more sensitive. Once nitrate is within range.. go easy on feeding on both corals and your pair of clowns. For long term stability and maintenance, you may want to consider puting the smallest available bag of chemipure blue to maintain your water quality after that. Madpetz do carry this product -> https://madpetzonline.com/products/chemi-pure-blue Ps: Importantly....please measure nitrate level of the new water change. It must be 0 in nitrate to begin with to see the result. Good luck and enjoy the hobby. Sent from my SM-N950F using Tapatalk
  2. Hi, $120. Thks Sent from my SM-N950F using Tapatalk
  3. Maxspect first generation. Used for 4 feet fresh water tank. PM for discussion. Sent from my SM-N950F using Tapatalk
  4. Hi all, Looking for Powder Blue Tang. Do PM me Thanks Rais
  5. Hi, If you have any to let go, let me know. Thanks 97488834
  6. Hi, Do PM me if you have any stable one to let go. Thanks Raynaz
  7. Hi, Please pm me if you have one to let go. TIA
  8. Thank you Stanley. I thought my query is straight forward though.
  9. Resin 5 litres is able to handle 6 months of 20% water change per week. What capacity or rather volume is the 20% based on?
  10. Hi Allan, Nyos phosphate tester is good and straight forward to read and can't go wrong since it allows you to compare. I am using that too with ease.
  11. Hi Allan, I see that you are using DD salt and hope you are using DI or RO water during salt mix. It is worth investing in either one when mixing with salt since tap water contains many unwanted elements which may cause you issue in the long run. Good luck and most importantly have fun in this hobby. Cheers
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