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Every fish keeper has a question: How long does a dechlorinator take to work in an aquarium? The answer is that it depends on the type of dechlorinator. There are many types of chloramine removers, but some can remove chlorine and ammonia faster than others. This article will explore different types of dechlorinators and how they affect your tank’s chemistry. What Is Dechlorinator? Dechlorinator is a chemical that removes chlorine and chloramine from an aquarium.…

Aquarium filters are a necessary part of any aquarium. They keep the water clean and your fish healthy by removing debris, excess food, and other harmful particles from the water. The tank filter media is what does this work! But how do you know What is the correct way to order the aquarium filter media? Which order to stack these products in? The aquarium filter media order for canister filter or a sump filter is Coarse…

If you have an aquarium, then the chances are that you have a filter. If so, then what is the right number of filters for your tank? The answer to this question has many different opinions from aquarists around the world. Some say “one and done,” while others tell you it needs two or more filters in the aquarium for optimal filtration. So what does science say about this issue? The answer to how many…

People often search for the cheapest way to get things done for their aquarium. Sometimes, it goes the other way, however a few times it actually works out for the better. A water conditioner might not always be a good solution to solve the problem. So, let’s talk about how you can make tap water safe for your fish without using a conditioner? Well, there are so many ways you can go while you make…

Ammonia is the most toxic thing you can have in your aquarium. This chemical compound can harm the fish in a way you will never understand and get over. So, when you test the water and see the high level of ammonia in the tank, you will sweat and worry a lot. I know the feeling, trust me. I have made way more mistakes in fishkeeping than I can imagine. But our problem isn’t the…