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Quarantine/hospital tanks.. a sticky for this perhaps?
Old 05-21-2010, 05:00 AM   #11
 
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for consideration of a sticky article. and confirming that barebottom tanks are good for quarantine/hospital use. it makes common sense, but I have seen a few articles around on quarantine tanks but you don't always get all the details one would like.

again, thanks for the reply.
I added a sticky to this section about setting up a quarantine tank.

Here it is:
Setting Up A Quarantine/Hospital Tank
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absolutely superb. thanks.
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