Ok, I am not even 100% I saw ick, but I treated anyway. Heat has been 85-86* since Friday, and I intend on going 2 weeks at that temp. Also, I put in 4 Tbsp of Aq Salt.
What I saw was a single white speck on one girl. It was there for over 24 hours, and I decided it must have not been just a bubble, so I upped the heat (from 79* to 85* over the course of 3 days, so really, it's only been 85-86* since Sunday night). The spot went away within a few hours of the salt being added, and I have not seen any since.
I have not siphoned/WC yet, as I thought it would be less stressful and easier to maintain the temp if I didn't plus, I didn't want cross-contaminate. I figured the heat and salt should kill them, theoretically, and I'll do a BIG WC, complete with a good gravel vaccing, at 10 days (for the salt). Maintain the temp at 85* for a few more days, then at 14 days, do another decent size WC.
Does that sound sufficient? I checked my parameters, all are perfect and there is only 5 for nitrates. It's very planted and there are 7 females in there, plus 3 adult mollies and 3 juvenile mollies. I was about to donate the juvies but I won't in good conscience do so knowing they might have something like ick until I've knocked it out for sure.