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Can ask how often to change water for one fighting fish? My mom also duno and is she bought it :s22:
 

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If u dun feed a lot , 3-4 days change half

Huh change half, why cannot change all? I change the whole water because the food and dabian makes the water cloudy see already very gao wei lol

if no filter and small container 2-3day can be longer because they are hardy fish

Yeah no filter and in square glass around 13x13cm :o
 

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Why need to do this? 🤔 Very troublesome leh

WC or the bottle thing that im talking abt?


Wc for the health of the fish
Bottle method is to dechlorinate the water


Allow the chlorine to evaporate naturally. Fill a bucket or tub with the water you want to dechlorinate. Do not cover it, and place it in an area with limited airborne particles and debris to prevent contamination. Over time, the chlorine in the water will dissipate due to exposure to the sun and air.
 

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WC or the bottle thing that im talking abt?


Wc for the health of the fish
Bottle method is to dechlorinate the water


Allow the chlorine to evaporate naturally. Fill a bucket or tub with the water you want to dechlorinate. Do not cover it, and place it in an area with limited airborne particles and debris to prevent contamination. Over time, the chlorine in the water will dissipate due to exposure to the sun and air.

Both lol 😂


Okay then I shall keep a bottle of tap water to use when changing water
 

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Answer: To put it simply, aged aquarium water is water that has been allowed to sit and "age" for at least 24 hours prior to use. Anyone can age their own water. The bigger question is whether using aged water is preferable to using chemically treated water. Sep 9, 2017
 

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Both lol 😂


Okay then I shall keep a bottle of tap water to use when changing water

Simply put, maintaining clean, healthy water through routine water changes is the key to the well-being of aquarium inhabitants.
 

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Simply put, maintaining clean, healthy water through routine water changes is the key to the well-being of aquarium inhabitants.

Yeah I change water every two days :crazy: cannot stand the shyt and cloudy water
 

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Anyone been to Toh Aquarium? if yes worth visiting?

I recommend it. It's my go to place. When I go there buy, I usually add up the amount to see how much but when I pay, it's lesser.

If looking for tiger barbs, it's cheap 10 for $3
 

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Answer: To put it simply, aged aquarium water is water that has been allowed to sit and "age" for at least 24 hours prior to use. Anyone can age their own water. The bigger question is whether using aged water is preferable to using chemically treated water. Sep 9, 2017

aged water is no doubt best! But age 24hrs is enough? Allow water to "sit"?
 

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anyone saw golden (xanthic) redline torpedos in any LFS?

Puntius-denisonii-gold.jpg


No idea not bad looking wor
 
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