That doesnt do anything but mask up the nitrates...... It doesnt take care of where the problem is really coming from like detridal build up,or too many fish, sure it will detox but it will eventually come back without proper tank husbandry.DrFish33 said:Are you looking for an easy fix?
A quick fix?
First of all everyone here is going to say waterchanges...and I agree. In the future you should do more of them and your nitrates will stay down.
I, on the otherhand, am lazier than most and I recommend giving a strong dose of PRIME by Seachem. Everyone here is going to complain...listen to me...it'll cloud your water a little bit, but it'll work (but only as a quick fix). It will detoxify your nitrate. In the future keep up with the water changes.
I'd ask that if you want people to respect YOUR opinions, that you also respect theirs.DrFish33 said:See...I told you what everyone would say. They are all one track minded.
Hmmmm... i don't htink that is enough live rock for your bioload, unless you're doing some super heavey duty skimming.Zacho said:I have about 30 pounds of live rock, and
2 yellow tangs
5 false clowns
1 yellow tail damsel
1 purple firefish (he dissapeared?)
1 SMALL engeneer goby