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  1. I’ve done some testing, these tops let more light through than a standard glass top because it has no iron to block light like the glass does. Here is the video I did on these tops.
  2. It doesn’t disrupt my tanks at home or the store. However I think it can disrupt bacteria in newer systems that don’t have a robust colony of bacteria. In my systems, the bacteria that thrives must have already lived through treatment many times and therefore current dosages we use to cure fish seem to not harm the beneficial bacteria.
  3. I’m a big fan of tetra test strips. I did some comparison tests.
  4. I'm not sure how this would have ended up in your email, as our email is easily accessible on our website. I'd say disregard.
  5. If it were me today I'd probably choose the electric blue acara with those fish cause it'll look great and I've been wanting to keep one for a while.
  6. It takes quite a bit to make one, getting all the coconut out. But it can be done. We sell them if you want something predone. But some thick gloves, and a flathead screwdriver to get the coconut out of it once you've cut it in half. Then use a drill and holesaw to make the hole in it.
  7. Perhaps someday online ordering and pick up will be available. I have it on our development road map to show in store dry goods and plant inventory on the website real time. Currently there are still quite a few hurdles for buy online and pick up in store that would happen with any speed. This is why most big stores have you order online then it gets delivered to a store a few days later and you pick up. We'd be looking to have it ready for pick up quickly. Which some stores can do, but often it isn't done right. I've had to wait 45 minutes in my car for a curbside pickup that was "ready" and we want to avoid that. We took BTC and other alternative payments in the past. It was just a nightmare. Half the time the tech wouldn't work, refunds, and other things were just harder. We'll be sticking to just credit cards in store, and the payment options we have online currently.
  8. Plant safe in our experience. Tested more times than can be counted in our shop tanks.
  9. I would recommend running your nitrates from the easy green at least 20ppm to keep the plants well fed.
  10. I'd give it a couple days. Nature usually finds a way. After that, remove it yourself. I always tell myself, no one in nature is helping them remove it, so it's likely it'll happen itself.
  11. Is it just the one fish in the tank? How bright are the lights? I'd think something is causing it to be shy when lights are on.
  12. We keep nerite snails, and "pond snails" primarily in the plant tanks for algae patrol.
  13. I've never had a problem with it staining anything in my tanks other than silicone. I haven't seen any planters stained at the shop yet. I think the only time I've ever seen it stain something is when concentrated, like dropped on carpet, shirts. So maybe directly on decor not diluted in water?
  14. https://www.totousa.com/washlet-plus-c200-elongated on a toto drake 2 toilet.
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