05-25-2011, 11:29 PM
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Hey there, sorry to hear about your troubles. I do have a suggestion, although I am not sure if it will work. If you still have your infected driftwood, try soaking them in pure hydrogen peroxide for a day or two, and then soak them in water for a few days. See if that'll kill whatever fungus is on it. For the fungus in the tank, if you don't have anything live in it, I would drain it, take any filter media that has good bacteria on it, then dose hydrogen peroxide into the tank. Let it sit for a day or two, and then remove the water and do lots of water changes. It shouldn't be THAT bad if some hydrogen peroxide is left in the tank, as it will oxidize quickly if in contact with direct sun light *you know why those bottles are brown and non-transparent? Its to prevent oxidation!* and will quickly be broken down into hydrogen gas and water. Hopefully this helps and works!