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SomethingSmellsFishy

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  1. My dad decided to modify my design a little AFTER the pvc cement had dried. :-) But most of the stuff I put together. By the way, pvc cement smells AWFUL! :-)
  2. It's finished! Yay! It turned out a little like the "Python". But more permanent. I have a bare bottom tank so gravel cleaning isn't needed. (Click on the link) http://s1154.photobucket.com/user/Thatoneperson2/media/image-1.jpg.html http://s1154.photobucket.com/user/Thatoneperson2/media/image.jpg.html http://s1154.photobucket.com/user/Thatoneperson2/media/image-2.jpg.html
  3. Sorry if this doesn't apply to the topic, but I just got a new 50ish gallon tank. Do I just remove the old filter sponges on my trickle filter and place them into my new tank's filter? If so, can I just add all my fish at once since the filter sponges are cycled? Back to the subject, I am almost done with my "elderly friendly" water changer. I'll post pictures when I'm finished. How do some people post pictures directly into the forum? (Without clicking a link)
  4. I can only help my grandparents maintain the tank for a few months during the year. It's a long story. I want something more permanent than a "Python" but still be able to do things with the turn of a valve. By the way, how do you post pictures on this forum?
  5. Wouldn't sand be harder to clean because it's finer? I'd prefer not to go bare bottom. It's too "unnatural". Not that the aquarium is natural either. :-)
  6. Does anyone have an elderly friendly water changing setup? Preferably still cleans the gravel. Not too complicated and expensive.
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