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Is this the correct? Water change etiquette?

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Is this the correct? Water change etiquette?
Old 05-09-2010, 10:50 AM   #21
 
I have a 20 gallon and 10 gallon tank I setup to prepare water for water changes. I have a heater and koralia 2 pump for water circulation. I ensure that the change water is identical in temperature and PH prior to changing the water. I am a bit excessive (sometimes I even use RO-DI water for changing water on my discus tank).

I agree with the way that you are currently changing the water. ;)
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