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Old 12-31-2010, 01:29 PM   #1 
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Jungies Start Right Liquid Water Conditioner

I bought Jungies Start Right Liquid Water Conditioner at walmart the other day. Any good?

I bought a new Hawkeye Tank Aquarium, 1gal
and cleaned the new tank added the rocks cleaned the rocks out till the water was clear with hot water. I then filled up the tank and added 10 drops of the Jungies Start Right Liquid Water Conditioner. Let is sit for maybe 10-15 minutes with the air stone air pump running. Then I added the fish. Did i condition it right? Is there a type of 'cycle' i should do with the tank? what would the cycle consist of me doing?

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Old 12-31-2010, 02:41 PM   #2 
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I use it. It's fine. It does the job. You did it correctly. But just so you know, your Betta will need a heater unless you live somewhere tropical. They are tropical fish.
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