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Make sure the water is clean no bad params. My father will pay for everything he said as long as I keep the tank crystal clear without any problems no smelly water or anything
 

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Through limiting your feeding, regular water changes, and testing your water parameters you can keep your water in pristine condition. Also, a UV sterilizer will help keep the water crystal clear.
 

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i have never heard of one of those steralizers....and my water is clearer then tap water christ
......just do weekly water changes....no left over food in the tank (prevents rotting food, and smell).....and normal tank maintenance...and your all set bud
 

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good and lots of filteration...the more the better..more importantly lots of water change about 40-50% a week and vacuum your gravel is a must.

Take the food out after you feed them, dont leave any left over food in there.
 

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Thanx guys im getting sand so I have a method of cleaning will this work, I want to get all white tahatan moon sand. So im going to use a brine shrimp net to get all the sh*t if it dont work then when I bring the undergravel cleaner i getnly stroke the bottom of the tank snag the dubris and krap and then remove the water and stuff, like i planned good right? Btw I was wondering I want to Remove the water from the tank 10% everyday and then on the third day 30% then repeat but at the end of the week 50%??
 

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hmmmm....i guess that would work aslong as water changes are being done...try every 2 days do a 15%....you still wouldnt need to do it that much...once a week even wont leave you with smell or anything....try like 20% on monday, 20% on thursday..10% sunday or something...i just do a 50% every sunday and my water is nutter clean and yet i have 4 caribe 2 reds all breaching the 6" mark...with a fluval 304 (which is up for 75...technically i need a bigger one with all the bio etc...) and tanks still pretty damn clean
 

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I think Tahitian moon sand only comes in black. As far as clarity goes all you need is an established filter with bio media and keep up on water changes and gravel vacs as already mentioned.
 
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