Terrible Advice Tuesdays: Cleaning your skimmer’s cup by hand is not safe. Chemicals in the skimmate can be absorbed by your skin which can make you sick. Use an spray nozzle instead of your hands.
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Your cat’s litter box should not be located near your saltwater tank as the ammonia from the litter box (caused by the cat urinating) will get into your tank and raise ammonia levels.
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Copepods and Amphipods are great for your tank. Rescuing them from filter socks can be certain death unless you follow this easy step.
Besides storing this piece of equipment outside of your tank, make sure you don’t overlooking keeping it clean as well.
I’ve said that saltwater tanks don’t like variability and here’s one place you need to check for consistency
Bananas, uncooked meat and whiny girlfriends…all items that expire after a certain amount of time. Believe it or not, one item that you use (or should use) frequently around your saltwater tank can expire too. Here’s what to watch for …Read more
Replacing the bulkheads on your tank? Besides bulkhead size, make sure you match up this important part.
This week’s topic was my top 5 corals that won’t break the bank. Here’s the list and make sure you don’t miss the care instructions during the show:
- Montipora Undata (Montipora undata)
- Montipora Setosa (Montipora setosa)
- Meat Corals
This week’s topic was clean up crews
This week’s topic was “fish in the fringe”