How to Keep Fresh Water Aquarium Clean and Clear

If you are thinking to get a pet and not yet decided what pet it should be, you can bring home some colorful fishes. They are less demanding  is limited and only regular maintenance is needed to see them healthy. But if you completely stop the maintenance activity, it may cost the life of your pet. Prevent cloudy and murky water getting a new filter and love them with all your compassion.

Add a filter

If your fish tank doesn’t have a filter, the water in the tank won’t remain clean for long. Dirt and debris will mount up in a few days and if it is not taken care of, the waste starts floating around. So, it’s advised to buy a tank filter to maintain cleanliness of your little pet’s enclosure.

Do not overfeed your fish

You can easily overfeed your fish. So, if you notice uneaten food in the tank after 5 to 10 minutes, make sure to scoop it out with a net instead of leaving in the tank. The best feeding routine for fish is little and often. Leftover food decomposes in the gravel and clouds the water. So you should always make sure your pet has fresh food and remove the excess food before it turns the bottom of the tank a mushy mess.

Maintain Algae

Green water is caused by algae. Maximum tanks have a few specks here and there and fish also like to peck this slimy substance. So, some amount of algae is fine if you are maintaining it well. Do not place your aquarium near a window and make sure you keep your tank lights on only for 10 – 12 hours a day.

To keep your fish tank free of various susceptible disease conditions you should get Fish Tapes. These capsules are for the treatment of of praziquantel susceptible disease conditions in freshwater, marine and ornamental aquariums.

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