A3M0N Posted August 30, 2022 Author Share Posted August 30, 2022 (edited) My soda bottle co2 experiment ran until today, so roughly 3-4 days. Not really enough time to tell if it did any good, but it was just a proof to myself that it would work. I refilled the bottle this afternoon, but with twice as much yeast this time. I know it'll run out quicker, but it is producing a good bit more co2, 2.25 bubbles per second after 30 mins of sealing the bottle. I kinda like this DIY bottle setup, but I'm planning to get a real diffuser from Amazon, and I should probably get a drop checker too just to be sure I'm not poisoning my fish! I am curious about the citric acid and baking soda method, it seems a little less messy and more precise. I'm not sure what's going on with the streaks in the paint on the back glass. It's black acrylic paint that was rolled on. It's not wet, and it's not peeling up. I guess if it continues I can scrape it off and put on some window film/tint. Anyway, here's a shot after a water change and some clean up. I got a terra cotta pot I'm planning to make into a better cave, I may cut out the bottom of it so they can swim through it. Do fish get bored like dogs? Edited August 30, 2022 by A3M0N 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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