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Some advice on raising the water hardness in my new aquarium

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Some advice on raising the water hardness in my new aquarium
Old 05-02-2012, 04:12 PM   #11
 
This does! I will be looking into a few filters soon, and ill keep the aqua clear 110 in mind. In my research i found that some people use Vaseline to help lubricate the impeller and have had success with making the filter run much more quiet, i am a little skeptical of this though, thoughts?
So far the 4 cichlids i have in there at the moment are healthy and happy, everyone seems to get along pretty good, though i do have one that is very shy and hides a lot. At first i thought he was sick but he seems pretty normal overall.
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