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    0 Not allowed!
    Yea, I got my bottle at dollar tree, just said pure ammonia, you also don't want anything "scented"

    By the way... invest in a camera... we want pictures of this set up. You might want to start a journal on here too

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    0 Not allowed!
    When the bottle is shaken, it will shake like there's water in there - if it foams up, it's not good.

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    0 Not allowed!
    That's a great idea. I have a Canon 40d that's just kinda sitting there.

    My 10 year old loves photography and is pretty good at it. I can have him take pics.

    I am still trying to decide on what fish. I know I will have some glofish as that is what my son and fiancee really want, but I'd love to get some other nice looking fish. Not sure if the glofish with be the danios or the tetras though.. I guess once I figure that out, I can go from there.

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    0 Not allowed!
    Glo tetras? Honestly, there are so many naturally colored tetras that are so pretty - the "glo fish" of any kind are also priced much higher than regular fish and they don't live any longer. If it were my tank, I'd get a large group of one kind of tetra - that would look very pretty in that tank.

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