first of all a big +1 to ich attack; it saved my one of my four clown loaches in my opinion.
Some time ago i had a bout of ich in my 75g planted community tank that also included 4 decent sized($35ea) clown loaches and a 5-6' red tail shark. I had already dealt with it awhile before that and tried some kind of "no-ich" malachite green med that actually killed a pleco and basically a whole tank of livebearing fish..
So this time.. i got ich attack! says right on the bottle safe for plants and inverts ect reef/salt and fresh safe too. so i basicly followed the directions including:
-removing the carbon from my filters
-dropping the water line to add splashing and an airstone
-as well as jacking the heat up past 82 atleast
- i used about a tbs per gallon
but it also says that no WC is needed during the treatment but atleast a 20% (id do probably 50) after the treatment. Be prepared though you might have to WC just for water quality bcz of no carbon. and it should take about 3-4weeks and the ich will be gone. like it says though treat 3-4days after the last spot is gone.
I treated my main tank with a betta, plants, fish, decor, and alot of ghost shrimp and had no deaths besides the 3/4 loaches (which i think was actually caused by a stupid hollow root decoration that one got stuck in, died, and ruined water quality opening the others up to infection) and i often recommend this product to anyone with a fresh planted tank having issues with this pesky little white spot parasite.
if you do get some ich attack id just treat mostly as directed its better in my oppinion that most of the other meds and treatments like salts which plecos and other small scaled/scaless fish hate.
But I wish the best of luck to you and your poor fish! i actually just lost a Three spot domino in my salt tank to ich just two days ago
so i feel for ya but i read somewhere once that what makes you a good fishkeeper isnt what happens to you but what you do to overcome it