09-30-2006, 12:25 AM
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Originally Posted by shie
He already said there is no guarantee on the fish and he will do the water change and the chemicals.
Shie, in terms of maintenance, we do not agree on the use of chemicals. They won't completely work except the dechlorinator which eliminates chlorine and other heavy metals making water safe for the fish.
If I were you, I'd just do everything myself rather than asking the help of an "expert". It's up to you whether you'd like his help or not but I still find it a complete waste especially when all those works can be done by a fishkeeper himself.
Th trick is simply to keep everything simple. I can see some people buying an expensive filter system(because they think the more expensive it is, the better the quality/work it will do) and then ending up with dead fish in a few days.