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I have a double metal stand used for my 40g breeder tanks, it's sitting in my garage because I switched to a 75 gallon set up. I would like to use that stand for 2 20 gallon long tanks, can I put a piece of wood to make a solid surface for the 40 breeder size and put a 20 long on it? One 20 gallon tank has 10-15 lbs of sand, 6 gallons of water, and a fiddler crab. The other 20 gallon tank is for my floaty oranda, it has 5 gallons of water, bare bottom. As always, safety first so if it's questionable in any way I won't do it but if it's perfectly fine I'll go with that. Thanks!
Hi- I have posted before about using softened water-is it possible to raise gh & lower kh? On a recommendation I did get the seachem replenish to help with the low gh issue, rest of the parameters were okay. I was all set to do my first water change using the softened water from my house instead of the water from work which is also softened but is Lake Michigan water, not well water. Then I remembered at the house a product is added to our water softener called Super Iron Out so I didn't do my water change. The ingredients in the product are: Sodium Hydrosulfite & Sodium Metabisulfite. Does anyone know if that is safe for goldfish? If not, is there a safe filter or product for removing iron? Thank you for any advice.
I have been given some good size rocks for my tank. How do I know if they are safe? One has obvious silver color flecks. So I don't think ill put that in my tank. The others have tiny (smaller than fine sand) sparkle bits. Yiu can only see them when the light hits it just right. Will that be ok? Any advice is very welcome