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Old 08-16-2012, 02:40 PM   #1 
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LVAC Fresh 16oz liquid Gravel Vac

Has anyone ever used this?

It would seem to help with thas gas in the gravel? Just very curious.

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Old 08-16-2012, 04:24 PM   #2 
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The less chemicals you add to the water the better.
With bettas all you need is clean water and declorinator. I would stay away from other additives that will just make the waste sit in the tank.
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its not a chemical, but bacteria? Someone lost a fish and had to dump her whole tank and start over due to a gas eruption, I think this would have prevented it.

I do agree with what you say too, but if this works like it says... reading some of the reviews elsewhere they say the marine one works better, I didnt look far enough to know if that was the brand or for salt water, lol.

Ok thanks a lot.. oh and perhaps this would help with fry and missing ventrils too? dont know.
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