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Old 08-20-2010, 08:21 AM   #1 
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Question Bubbles in the water

I just changed the water 100% in my 5.5g and now there is small bubbles stuck on all of the plants and the filter. I know they aren't harmful to the fish but it looks weird.
How do I get rid of them?
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Old 08-20-2010, 09:01 AM   #2 
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This could be from the conditioner. Like you said, nothing to worry about, but theres really way to get rid of them other then just placing your hand in there and running over 'em. *Shrugs* They will eventually go away on thier own though.
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This could be from the conditioner. Like you said, nothing to worry about, but theres really way to get rid of them other then just placing your hand in there and running over 'em. *Shrugs* They will eventually go away on thier own though.
Okay good to know. Lol, just makes the tank look weird.
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That's normal when you change the water.
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They will be gone by tomorrow.

You can really cut down on those when you do water changes if you use the sprayer on your sink (if you have one) to fill your bucket with clean water. The action of the sprayer seems to gas the water out WAY quicker. :)
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They will be gone by tomorrow.

You can really cut down on those when you do water changes if you use the sprayer on your sink (if you have one) to fill your bucket with clean water. The action of the sprayer seems to gas the water out WAY quicker. :)
I'll have to try that!
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