dmurray407 Posted September 6, 2021 Share Posted September 6, 2021 I've had aquariums for years and have never really paid much attention to my water parameters (and my fish really have done OK most of the time). I retired last year so now have lots of time to keep my aquarium the way it should be. I have a 60 gallon aquarium with some Rainbow fish, a few tetras and some clown loaches. I'm thinking of rehoming my clown loaches so I can get some cory's instead. (My granddaughter is a huge aquarium fan and will gladly take my clowns if I decide to do that.) I'm also setting up a little 10 gal quarantine tank for when I get new fish-we had kind of a disaster a few years ago and killed off most of our fish by not quarantining. I'm having a heck of a time getting my water cycled in the new tank, but it's slowly getting there. I tried some Fritz-zyme 7 (beneficial bacteria) to speed up my cycle, but it didn't really do much-I got it from Amazon and I think it probably wasn't stored correctly in a warehouse 🙂 I love my aquarium and am looking forward to fixing it up and keeping some happy, healthy fish! 4 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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