04-27-2008, 09:58 PM
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Originally Posted by okiemavis
What is your pH? There's really no point in changing your pH unless you have fish that are very sensitive to water conditions (like discus). Most tank-raised aquarium fish are totally cool with just about every pH, and it's better to keep it at the natural level of your water than to mess with it chemically, which will cause more, larger swings.
Petsmart did the liquid test yesterday and the pH was 8.XX. Went back today and bought the test kit and had them check the water. It came down overnight and was back into the 7s today. We bought the test kit today so I'll be watching it closly for awhile.
Also, what's the best timetable for water changes on a new tank? I've read all kinds of different advice on 25% weekly, 15% or only do it monthly.