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  1. #41

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    0 Not allowed!
    I use peroxide from Dollarama lol. Look for 3% peroxide with no added stabilizers. The stuff at the $ store has only purified water as a non-active ingredient. I have dosed up to 1ml per gallon. Half the amount used if you want to be safe and if you have any inverts.

    Yes, you turn off your filters, let the water still, get a medicine syringe, fill it up no more than ml/gallon and let the peroxide 'fall' (it sinks) onto the cyano. Don't dump the peroxide on a fish or invert, but it will start to bubble right away. With the lighting, the peroxide actually changes to oxygen, so it's safe. Just don't let it permeate for too long, I've killed plants with it in the substrate. 15 mins is good.
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  2. #42

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    Congrats on your proven pair! - RiversGirl   Let the gift giving begin, Merry X-mas ;-) - steeler58   Merry Christmas! - discusluv   Happy Holiday to you! - Boundava   Merry Christmas! - Slaphppy7   

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    0 Not allowed!
    You can also try a complete 5 day blackout. You'll have to cover all sides of your tank with black garbage bags. Cover the top with a dark towel. No peeking, not even to feed the fish for 5 days. You may feed your fish in the dark of you want, but your fish can go a few days without eating no problem.
    GiVe Me sHrEd TiLL i'M dEaD
    -Kat

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