|klutchewsky ||04-10-2009 02:03 AM |
30 Gallon Freshwater Tank
Well this will be my 30 Gallon goldfish tank, gonna giver about another week for everything to settle before I put some of the fish in...
Lemme know what you think, once again I stayed away from "live" plants and wood just because I don't really have the time to take care of the tank all the time.
Hope you all enjoy!
|willow ||04-10-2009 10:19 AM |
wow!! that is funky lishous. :)
|veganchick ||04-10-2009 05:27 PM |
looks great! love the theme! It'll be perfect sized for a few goldies!
|watts300 ||04-11-2009 10:13 AM |
I like the tower of bubbles.
|klutchewsky ||04-11-2009 04:47 PM |
I appreciate it guys and gals!
|klutchewsky ||04-13-2009 02:02 AM |
I do have one question, this happens to my everytime I put 100% new water into a tank and let it sit a week before I put any fish in.
The water turns foggy after two days of it being crystal clear....except its been about 6 days and the foggy water isnt gone in my 30 G yet...any advice...
|willow ||04-13-2009 08:19 AM |
sounds like a bacterial bloom to me,
it should however clear it's self,i'm not sure if running activated carbon would help.
|veganchick ||04-13-2009 05:10 PM |
You don't have to do this, but I would reccomend doing a fishless cycle, or putting in only 2-3 fish every few weeks cuz 9 goldies strait away will be alot to handle, but if you add them in add seperate times it should work a little better, but cycleing the tank before fish is prly the best solution
|candicelee ||04-13-2009 05:30 PM |
I love it! Great job decorating!
|klutchewsky ||04-15-2009 03:26 AM |
Well today had some unfortunate events, I had a final today at university but I couldn't do anything about it today, but I was going to put 3 fish in today to get the cycle process going, however I noticed my dresser was all wet, to my surprise the tank is leaking!! Well I bought this tank used off of kijiji, go figures something happens...
So tomorrow I will be spending my day removing all of the water, plants, ornaments and gravel, to attempt to silicon the glass together properly.
Anyone have any better ideas?
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