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Old 04-23-2010, 05:20 PM   #11 
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Yes, he came that way. I just got him 2 days ago. I know I should be tougher, but the idea of taking him out of his big new world and putting him in a little QT makes me sad. He has adjusted so well. I will try his treatment in the hex for now. I know it does not hold 5 gallons as I filled it one gal at a time. Thank you all for your help and positive comments.
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Old 04-23-2010, 05:56 PM   #12 
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Ok, guys and gals...I'm trying to understand here. If I start with say a 5 gallon tank...and I add 5 teaspoons of salt...then I do a water change and remove 3 gallons..."my logic" says I'll add 3 teaspoons to bring my water back to the same salt content it had prior to the water change? Is that NOT correct? Do you need to add "a little extra" to maintain the same salt content?
In most cases, it is advisable to QT them in salt, and NOT re-dose it. As it dilutes down, they become reconditioned to the environment for their main aquarium.
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