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  1. Parts & Construction
    I was wondering if anyone could shed some light on what is going on with one of my tanks. It's an empty tank, that I was going to use for a build soon. But I have run into problems getting it clean! There is what looks like water-spots and water line buildup all over this thing... and nothing I...
  2. General Health & Disease Treatment
    So the fecals came back for my first couple darts... And one has worms :/ I'm awaiting the chytrid and rana swabs. Looooong sigh. So now the next step... I can buy the meds to treat her, but I'll have to chlorine/water bathe the objects and pump, bake the wood, rinse the tank and start over? I...
  3. Beginner Discussion
    Just bought a new semi aquatic viv and now i just need to know how i clean it... im a beginner and when i was moving the cage with the water in it all the plantation soil got in the water and stuff... HELP! i dont want to rip the cage apart, thats last resort. Thanks.
  4. Parts & Construction
    Hey everyone, I just bought some tree fern and sphagnum moss which I am going to mix with eco earth to make the background of my new viv. My question is what is the best way to sterilize them. 1. Boil 2. Bake 3. Bleach 4. Something else Thanks!!
  5. Plants
    i just bought java moss from an aquarium store. the moss was in the water with a fish, i dont know what kind if thats important, but i asked if he knew if the water was clean. the guy pointed out a couple of snails in the water so i did research around here and found out some people have cleaned...
  6. Parts & Construction
    Hey everyone, I did some searching and a lot of what I found was about wood that was collected. Do I need to bake/or do some other form of sanitation for a piece of mopani wood I bought from Petco? The reason I ask is because it says on the label that it is cleaned and ready for use in the tank...
  7. Parts & Construction
    Does anyone know a sure-fire way to clean these bad boys? I have a few coco huts going into new tanks, and doing the water, vinegar, bleach thing seems a bad idea for something porous. I've heard popping them in the oven at not too high of a heat for not too long works, and I've heard boiling...
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