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  1. Low Tech Forum
    I will try and keep this short. I did a 20% water change 2 weeks ago. Unfortunately, I didn't test the tap water (has been fine for 20 years). The utilities department flooded the lines with chloramine due to coronavirus fears. My fish started suffocating, so I did 2 more emergency water...
  2. Equipment
    Has anyone here used an Eheim Quick Vac Pro--the battery operated one? It looks nice, but I'm curious if it actually works. Thanks, everyone. :) Bump: Found this guy, too. I like its rechargeable battery and it can operate while plugged into the adapter. Nicrew Rechargeable Vacuum
  3. General Planted Tank Discussion
    I have a well-planted 10g (with AquaClear 30 on minimum). I just moved a piece of wood in the back and planted a few plants back there. The water got full of particles, cutting down on visibility, but cleared up within a half-hour. Suggestions, please, on how to stop detritus from...
  4. Aquascaping
    I have a 12gl fluval edge tank, it has a small 5"x7" opening. I am growing flame moss as my background. I need to trim it periodically to keep it growing nicely. However it is a pain in the #@$! to remove the flame moss cuttings as they do not rise to the top like hairgrass or stem plants...
  5. Planted Nano Tanks
    Today was the first day I used my tom's aquatic vacuum on my now fully planted 2.25 gallon vase. It didn't work well. Didn't get a lot of debris up and I accidentally got the little sock outside the bowl once and got water on the table. The batteries, which are pretty new, may have needed to...
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