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Mr. Saltwater Tank TV Friday AM Quick Tip #11: It’s Not Organic, But It Is Good For Your Fish
Give you fish food a boost and help fight dying, dull colored fish
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Mr. Saltwater Tank TV Friday AM Quick Tip #10: You’ve Been Fed a Lie
I get asked this all the time and it’s time it gets put to rest.
How to Select an RODI Unit w/tips for those of you who already own one)
Using only 0 TDS RODI water is a foundational element of keeping a saltwater aquarium.
With all the choices on the market though, how would you decide which RODI unit to buy? And wouldn’t the unit you can buy at Home Depot or Lowe’s work just as well? Once you have an RODI unit, you’re set right?
This episode of Mr. Saltwater Tank TV answers these questions, gets up close and personal with RODI units, and includes tips for those of you who already own an RODI unit.
The Tap Water Plus Conditioner Myth Debunked
One of the most detrimental mistakes you can make to a saltwater tank is to use tap water that has been treated with a water conditioner.
I could tell you why this mistake is costly to you and your tank. Instead, I put this myth to the test to see how “conditioned” tap water fares out in my test.
Mr. Saltwater Tank Exposes Secret Reefkeeper Training Camp
The internet is home to lots of information, but I never thought I’d stumble across something like this.
Mr. Saltwater Tank TV Friday AM Quick Tip #8 : Don’t Pollute
You have to feed your fish, but you don’t have to trash your tank while you are at it.
Mr. Saltwater Tank Exclusive Review: Tunze 7092 Wavecontroller
Mr. Saltwater Tank TV Friday AM Quick Tip #7 : Less is More
Think you don’t have time for a water change? Think again.
Disaster Planning For Your Saltwater Tank
We all think and hope that an emergency with our tanks will never happen. The reality is that at some point in your tank career, something unexpected will happen with your tank. Here’s how to be prepared for a tank disaster as well as a special offer from Mr. Saltwater Tank
Mr. Saltwater Tank TV Friday AM Quick Tip #5 : Try Before You Buy
Can’t decide what bulb temperature to go with? This quick tip will let you try before you buy.
How to Give Soft Corals a Nip/Tuck
Last week’s episode of Mr. Saltwater Tank TV was all about fragging hard corals. In this week’s episode, I’ll show you how to frag my favorite soft coral: zoanthids.
Don’t miss the safety tip as well as the bonus feature in this week’s episode of Mr. Saltwater Tank TV.
How to Give Your Corals a Nip/Tuck
Keeping corals is one of the best reasons to have a saltwater tank. They are pretty, relaxing and can provide a decent side income if you know what you are doing.
When it’s time to give your tank a nip/tuck – a.k.a.- fragging, there are a couple of steps to follow. Just make sure you don’t miss the biggest pitfall of all that can spell disaster for your tank.
Mr. Saltwater Tank Friday AM Quick Tip #3
Fall means cooler weather and lower temps in your tank but don’t overlook this tip for the safety of you and your tank.
How To Use the King of All Saltwater Additives Safely and Effectively
Of all the supplements available for your saltwater tank, the one that is king amongst all them is kalkwasser. a.k.a. “kalk”.
Kalk is highly effective in keeping your tank’s parameters as stable as possible and it is very cost effective. It is also part of the hidden secrets on how to keep a thriving reef tank.
Be careful though – using kalk incorrectly can ruin your saltwater tank. Lucky for you, in this episode of Mr. Saltwater Tank TV, I take you through what kalk is and how to use it safely in your tank.
How to Pickup Women at the Fish Store
Everybody wants to meet a special someone in their life. Between internet sites, speed dating nights and blind dates, there are numerous ways to meet people.
But the best way to meet someone AND to make sure they have the same interests as you do is to meet them at the fish store.
In this episode of Mr. Saltwater Tank TV, I show you 3 easy tips to meeting women at your local fish store. And if you’ve been following my tank maintenance workout, you are in the perfect position to use these tips effectively, starting today.
A Personal Tour of Mr. Saltwater Tank’s 90G Mixed Reef Tank
You asked for an inside tour of my 90G reef tank and here it is!
In this episode of Mr. Saltwater Tank TV, I show you the ins and outs of the equipment side of my 90 gallon reef tank. It takes a lot of equipment running in unison to have a great reef tank and I show you what equipment I’m running and why I chose what I did.
And, I ask for a special request from my viewers so watch the show and help me out!
440 Gallon Monster Tank Build, Part 2
After a summer of setbacks, lighting that didn’t work as expected and constant fiddling, the 440 gallon monster tank build is complete…for now.
Stephen from Hydro Innovations takes us through his tank, showing us what’s changed and where the sits now in it’s semi-completed state. And he quietly admits how the tank has affected his productivity.
P.S. Don’t try this at home.
Got a Baby? Why You Need a Saltwater Tank
People think having a baby takes you away from your tank. I say that’s a load of fish…poo…and in this episode of Mr. Saltwater Tank TV, I show you the top 3 reasons why a saltwater tank is good for your baby.
Mothers, Dads…anyone who watches babies, or anyone with a tank, this video is for you
A Tour of Austin Aqua Farms
The Internet has provided for an explosion of online retailers in the coral market. And one of the best is right here in my back yard, Austin Aqua Farms.
In this episode of Mr. Saltwater Tank TV, I tour Austin Aqua Farms and get to see what makes this place so special.
Did I mention I happened to walk out of there w/out breaking out my mastercard?
A Reef Junkie Profile
A Reef Junkie’s life revolves around their tank. The tank is part of the family and they are proud of it.
In this episode of Mr. Saltwater Tank TV, I go to my friend Mike’s house, a die-hard reef junkie, to check out his 120G tank and all the glory that goes with it.
4 Ways to Remove Bubble Algae From Your Tank
Nuissance Algae is always a real drag to find in your tank. And bubble algae is among the hardest algae to get out of your tank. Any pest can be defeated and I show you 4 ways to remove bubble algae from your tank
Deep Cleaning a Protein Skimmer
Protein skimmers, like any piece of equipment in your tank get dirty – real dirty. Cleaning the neck is important, but every 6 months, your skimmer should be taken out and given a deep cleaning.
In this episode of Mr. Saltwater Tank TV, I show you how to deep clean your skimmer is a cleaner that is probably already sitting in your house.
In the Spirit Of Friday Night: Mandarins Mating
I picked up a male Green Mandarin last week and to my delight, he paired right up with my female and they mated last night.
The mandarin’s mating dance is quite the sight to see as the male darts around the tank, looking for the female and when he finds her, the dance begins at the bottom of the tank and continues to the surface. Once on the surface, the dance is broken off and quickly begun again.
So in the spirit of Friday night, here are my mandarins mating in full HD:
Monster Tank Build with Liquid Cooled Lighting
How to Turn Your Tank Maintenance Into a Workout
Fine Tuning a Protein Skimmer
Part 2 of Setting Up a Protein Skimmer
How I Caught My 6-Line Wrasse
(don’t miss the victory dance)
How to Mix Your Own Saltwater
Cleaning a Protein Skimmer
Setting Up a Protein Skimmer
High Performance Diet
A Tour of Frags n More’s Show Tank
The Morning After Red Bug Treatment
Curing Red Bugs in a Reef Tank
Mr. Saltwater Tank TV Episode #5: Nuisance Algae and Phosphate Reactors, Part 2
Mr. Saltwater Tank TV Episode #4: Low pH issues solved
Mr. Saltwater Tank TV Episode #3: Nuisance Algae and Phosphate Reactors
Mr. Saltwater Tank TV Episode #2: Auto Top Off Systems Explained
Mr. Saltwater Tank TV Episode #1: A Cheap Alternative to a Chiller