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I'm thinking of getting another tank for growing molly fry and/or a spare quarantine tank. What are your thoughts/experiences regarding aquarium kits? Seems like it could be an economical way to go, unless I'm just going to get frustrated and replace all of the kit components anyway. I don't expect to want to get fancy with lighting on it, but I don't know anything about the kits' heaters, filters, etc. Thanks for your input!
Hey Folks, I thought I'd share something I did to help keep me organized. I have been testing my water more regularly lately and found I had settled into a standard list of equipment. In order to protect the finish of my wood desk and keep things together I was using a plate from the kitchen. This worked but it wasn't the best for moving from the upstairs tank to the down stairs and vice versa. Also there wasn't much working room. I stopped by a local craft supply store today and found a plastic box designed to store 5x7 photographs: This was a nice size. It has room for my tubes, pipette, cell tray common test cards with room to spare. With the lid open there is even a nice place to put the caps of the test chemicals such that they won't leave a blue ring on the counter top! The thin profile also allows me to tuck this away when not in use. Happy fish keeping! 🐠