How to fix Cloudy Fish Tank Water. [Live Stream]
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For mechanical cloudy (my 20 gallon tank) I put a coffee filter on my hob. I put it on the tank side. It MUST be change every day or it will turn to slimy mush. It doesn't need to be used often though.
fish aren't animals?
That poop bucket must smell amazing
they say changing water on 3 or 5 days 50% …
Your goldfish on the bottom looks depressed sitting on the bottom. Mine did that and l discovered he was not well and he developed ICH. BTW he’s better now and as big as the big gold one you have there. I also noticed once when he survived velvet disease his black markings went, after surviving ICH he is gradually getting his black markings back on the tips of his tail and fins. They’re beautiful.
Just out of interest what do you think of the stuff you add to the water called Crystal Clear? I have used it and found it initially goes white when added to the water then clears the clouding.
my man ryan reynolds chubby version hehehehe
pink water is due to the use of potassium permanganate water plants use it to treat water systems
I feel like streaming with an empty 800 is like streaming in your underwear
Wish you could use recyclable wrapping.
Thanks for another interesting vid
I just started a 55 gallon with dirt substrate. I'm having very cloudy water, it's gotten a little better over the past two days. But it is still very much present. I have one of the large foam filters and a Fluval 70 filter. How can i clear this water up, and is it going to happen every time i touch the dirt?
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Damm so helpful I had a bacterial bloom and didn’t know what to do!
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Vids omg I hate spell check
I like you and I like your videos. My only critique is that I see a video like this one that says, "how to fix cloudy fish tank water" or something else interesting like it and then realize it was a stream that is hours long and I don't feel like wading through it to find the info.
Cory, a legend in the fishkeeper community! 80 years from now, someone will be researching aquaria and find Cory!
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You don't need to convince us that you're working hard to answer every question. The hobby needs more individuals like Aquarium Co-Op. Respect and keep on keeping on.
Every time I watch one of your videos, even if it’s the fourth time watching it, I have a real “aha!” Moment where the information comes together for me. Thank you!!
Goldfish = baby ===> eat, poop and sleep 🙂
This helped me so much! Was worried something was wrong with my tank only to find it's harmless bacterial bloom. Crisis averted. Thanks, Cory!
Pink aquarium water: check your food (and quantity of it). Some of that stuff has dye in it and can pink your water. <°》><
Stabs eye out with stick, I thought you’re talking about my toddler…
The information on your web site helped me find out how to treat my betta; I had to work like hell to find out what it was and I needed some final information before I used salt treatment and other meds and I wasn't in the mood to be patient. Your information was clear and it worked most importantly. He had Saprolegnia and had a very bad spot of it. There was never such a great feeling than watching that spot gradually decrease and eventually fall off. He was my first betta and I just love him so thanks for the help.
I know this stream is super old, but color enhancing fluval flakes turned all my tanks pink basically right away!