I added a tsp of salt per gallon and a tsp of stress coat. Now, I just have to wait, I guess.
Make the Stress coat double dose to promote rapid regrowth, as the instructions on the bottle state. So 10ml(2tsp) for 10 gallons.
Also find how how much power your heater is, cuz if it's too strong it'll just make the water too hot for your bettas...even if it's adjustable. Or you can slyfully turn ur home tempurature up a couple so its not affecting ur aquarium too much lol.
xD love the sly suggestion. It's 62F in my house and it's 76-78F in the betta tank. I realize that I ran into a problem with the heater ... The cord doesn't reach the outlet. >_< my preset is 50watts and my adjustable is 75watts. It used to keep my 10g at 82F on low. xD I would need to move my betta tank to use the heater. All extension cords are currently in use. I could just have a high temp water change. Take out the bettas, do an 80% water change (2 Platy fry and RCS are in the tank), and acclimate them to the higher temp.
Lol yw ...and nice 82f would be perfect for healing bettas. But w/e you do, just make sure to keep the water clean while you're treating them. They do heal in cooler water, it just takes more time; so it's up to you.
Ok, thanks. If I had more then one breeder net, I'd stick them in my 20gL and crank up the heat. Wouldn't hurt anything. But, I'll do my best to keep the tank nice and warm for them. Thank you so much!