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Cloram-X

7 years 8 months ago #33910 by scubadiver
Replied by scubadiver on topic Cloram-X
i take the tank down to less than 2 inches each time I do a water change


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7 years 8 months ago #33909 by PhilandLeeAnn
Replied by PhilandLeeAnn on topic Cloram-X
Taking X% out all at once removes more of the old water than taking 1/3X out, refilling and taking 1/3 out for a total of 3 times. If you do 25% three times, you have not removed 75% of the old water because you are removing old water mixed with "clean" water.

If the new water is significantly different than that in the tank, 80% all at once could shock the fish. That is NOT the case with regular and meaningful (more than 15%) water changes, though. You have been making lots of water changes and 80% shouldn't be a problem unless the temperature is off.

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7 years 8 months ago #33907 by GeriR
Replied by GeriR on topic Cloram-X
TY :) I guess 5# is going to last a long long time. Do you take the whole 80% out at once? I've been doing 25% refilling tank then doing another 25%. Thanks for the info.

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7 years 8 months ago #33906 by scubadiver
Replied by scubadiver on topic Cloram-X
made a mistake one tsp per 40


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7 years 8 months ago - 7 years 8 months ago #33905 by scubadiver
Replied by scubadiver on topic Cloram-X
I put one teaspoon per 40 gallons but dont subtract for rocks and sand.

Call jehmco they can confirm.

I do 80% water changes and dump the powder in then add water.




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7 years 8 months ago - 7 years 8 months ago #33904 by GeriR
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So I got delivery of the Cloram-x yesterday. If I do a 50% water change which is probably about 60 gal, figuring the space taken by rocks ect in a 150 gal tank, how much do I use? Can I add it directly to the tank or should I dilute it first? On another note, I am getting my eheim 2080 delivered today; can anyone say overkill :) Is there such a thing as too much filtration? Also would I need to keep running the magnum 350?
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